An election this fall for three seats on the Indianapolis Public Schools board could change the trajectory of the district. Will the outcome tilt the district further toward market-oriented policies, such as school choice and performance pay, that the board has increasingly favored since a pivotal 2012 election? Or will voters reward candidates who are skeptical of those changes? Ten candidates with diverse backgrounds and ideologies are vying for the three seats. One candidate per district will be elected. Here’s how candidates say they would run IPS schools. Plus, join us Oct. 23 to hear from the candidates yourself.