Tony Bennett - the bureaucrat not the singer - and the State Department of Education are proposing sweeping changes that would dramatically alter teacher training programs and make it easier for individuals to become school superintendents and principals. Bennett and Co. would also shake up the processes by which teachers maintain their licenses and the rules for ongoing training. These proposals could change the educational landscape in Indiana, but whether they represent real reform or not is debatable. There is one public hearing scheduled in Indianapolis to allow comments on these proposals. It takes place at the Indiana State Library (315 W. Ohio St.) on Monday, Nov. 2 from 10 a.m. until noon.