Candidates for Governor talk education

HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (AP) - The four announced candidates for Arkansas governor say they want to see an end to the Pulaski County school desegregation lawsuit and that they support school choice.

{}Republicans Curtis Coleman, Debra Hobbs and Asa Hutchinson joined Democrat Mike Ross at an education forum Tuesday in Hot Springs.

{}Taking questions from school administrators, the candidates largely agreed on support for trade schools, home schooling and giving students skills that make them employable.

{}Hobbs broke ranks with the other three to say she's open to providing vouchers for private schools.

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