Governor Scott Walker’s re-election campaign released a memo on Wednesday that claims his Democratic opponent, Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Evers, could raise taxes more than $7.2 Billion.Read More
Davis should offer an apology to the community for failing to educate the district’s students and offer taxpayers a full refund for the taxes paid to operate the school – minus the cost of straitjackets for everyone.Read More
The ad, called “Breathe,” features Theresa talking about the loss of the private insurance provided by her employer if the federal takeover of health care passes.Read More
Math proficiency increased by an average of 2.1% across school districts after districts implemented the reforms.Read More
Want to help spread the good news about Act 10? The good folks at the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty (WILL) have created an “Act 10 Cheat Sheet” with the facts about Act 10. From WILL: Since 2011, studies of Act 10 have revealed how teacher retirements actually benefitted students, how the new teacher marketplace is rewarding the state’s best teachers, and how class sizes didn’t grow. This occurred all while taxpayers saved $5 billion. In addition, WILL research has now found a positive effect of Act 10 on Math test scores in Wisconsin’s classrooms. Here is how Act 10 is working...Read More
“You cannot be civil with a political party that wants to destroy what you stand for, what you care about,” Clinton said on CNN. “That’s why I believe, if we are fortunate enough to win back the House and or the Senate, that’s when civility can start again.”Read More
“Peace through strength stops wars,” Nicholson says in the ad. “Politicians like Tammy Baldwin don’t get this.”Read More
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. @WillFlandersWI joins @VickiMcKenna at 2:35 PM today on @newstalk1130 to discuss the results of the new report card.
Tune in! https://t.co/ss7cUUes3g
Research Director @WillFlandersWI took a quick dive into the new DPI state report card data for #Milwaukee schools.
"Any calls to “phase out” or arrest education reform efforts would be a major step backwards for thousands of Milwaukee families"