Two public referenda on November's ballot are not -- on their surface -- conflicting, but education experts say they're more closely linked than it appears.
Following acceptance of a referendum by the Monroe County Community School Corporation, homeowners are calculating how much their property taxes might rise.
A referendum approved Tuesday by the Monroe County School Corporation Board of Trustees would raise property taxes about $0.14 per every $100 in home value.
U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan talks about a law which could help save educators' jobs and about the future of school referendums in a down economy.
Leaders of the BCSC say they'll ask for improvements to a school construction plan -- and hope to get more bang for their voter-approved buck.