What if you had a child in eighth grade and one third of your child's classmates dropped out before high school graduation? You'd probably start looking for another school. But who is responsible for that failing school? The state legislature in Indiana grew so frustrated with the lack of accountability for its failing school system that it changed the rules. For the first time in the history of the United States, state law makes one person accountable for the success of failure of schools in the state capital of Indianapolis. The results will amaze you.