CHICAGO -- A group of Indiana school districts voted this week to suspend their lawsuit against the state indefinitely because they believe Indiana is making progress toward equitable school funding.

A majority of the districts voted to extend an agreement, reached last year with Gov. Evan Bayh, that suspended the suit. The suspension was designed to give the General Assembly time to work on measures that would equalize school funding throughout the state.

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