Evers will seek to cap enrollment in voucher schools while placing a moratorium on the expansion of independent charters. Each of these moves would only serve to limit educational options for Wisconsin’s families least able to access alternatives to failing neighborhood schools.
The central problem with SSDI is that for disabled workers who could reasonably make a return to the labor force through training or rehabilitation, there are few incentives and often not enough support.
These results ought to make clear that school choice, whether it is private schools in the choice program or public charter schools, is making an important difference in the lives of Milwaukee students.
Would the state allow school districts to lift the revenue caps and increase property taxes? Or would the state increase taxes in order to increase spending on K-12 public schools? The answer must be “yes” to one of these questions.