Walker’s signature success, Act 10, is, for many, the defining win of his two terms. But it was just the beginning of a long list of limited-government reforms the likes of which Wisconsin had never seen.
In our current budget, we provided more actual dollars into K-12 education than ever before in the history of Wisconsin: an extra $200 per student in every school this year and another $204 per student on top of that next school year.
A Wisconsin Attorney General report on the year-long investigation into leaks of sealed John Doe court documents to a liberal British publication in September 2016 finds a rogue agency of partisan bureaucrats bent on a mission “to bring down the (Gov. Scott) Walker campaign and the Governor himself.”
he proposed bill would increase per-student Sparsity Aid for qualifying school districts from $300 up to $400 for the 2018-19 school year that will help offset the challenges faced by low-population rural schools. It also creates a second tier of Sparsity Aid by providing an additional $100 per pupil for districts with 746-1,000 pupils.