The argument continues in Indiana over what it takes to be a teacher.
State schools superintendent Glenda Ritz opposes the changes that would allow college graduates who aren’t trained as teachers to teach.
Other proposed changes reduce requirements for school superintendents and would allow people with no experience to teach fine arts by passing a test.
The state Board of Education approved some of the changes in late 2012, but Ritz hasn't implemented them.
The board could vote again on other changes as soon as March.