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Established by the Indiana General Assembly, the State Board of Education oversees state education policymaking. The bi-partisan board is composed of eleven members, including the Superintendent of Public Instruction who chairs the Board, and ten members appointed by the Governor, with one member from each of the nine congressional districts and one member at-large. No more than six of the members may be from the same political party, and four of the members must be licensed educators currently employed in an Indiana school.