Former Indiana Schools Superintendent Tony Bennett has a new job.
Bennett will try to sell various state educators a new Common Core test called Aspire from ACT.
ACT is more widely known for its college-entry tests but is expanding its offerings.
Bennett resigned as Florida's schools chief earlier this year, shortly after The Associated Press published emails showing he altered Indiana's school grading formula to help benefit a GOP donor's charter school.
Before that Bennett was beaten for reelection to the state school superintendent position in a state election by Glenda Ritz.