Indiana Criminal Justice Institute officials say about half the people involved in fatal motorcycle accidents do not have the proper license.
While proponents say the idea could bring jobs and money to the state, those against it worry about the safety risks.
A bill that passed the Senate because of Sue Ellspermann's deciding vote removes a requirement for superintendents to have a specific license.
Indiana’s State Board of Education approved Wednesday a broad suite of changes to the rules, known as REPA II, used to issue licenses to educators in the state.
Only four teachers will be laid off this year as opposed to more than 130 in 2010.
A bill moving through the statehouse would eliminate the requirement that school administrators be licensed.