Baresville, In. — The Batesville Community School Corporation has been credited as the model for a bill that would create collaborative relationships that meet the needs of all students, a growth mindset set around silos of scalable excellence so all Hoosier students can find pathways of success.The program is referred to as the Coalition of Continuous Improvement School Districts. In other words, make a variety of options available to meet the needs of traditional and non-traditional students by leveraging resources and expertise in the community.However, traditional evaluation standards have to be adjusted to accommodate the needs of all students. Lawmakers, including Batesville Republican Cindy Ziemke have proposed House Bill 1398 to change regulations so the program will be certified.Students also have access to the Transfer General Education Core. The program allows students to enter college as a sophomore by completing basic required college curriculum and saving tuition costs.