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Podesta email shows Wisconsin Dems getting advice on school choice

By   /  October 26, 2016  /  Education, News, Wisconsin  /  No Comments

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“Many community leaders and African American ministers and pastors strongly support continuing this program,” the 2008 memo states.

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Social Security chief judge retiring amid cloud of scandal

By   /  October 26, 2016  /  Federal Government, News, Power Abuse, Wisconsin  /  No Comments

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Debra Bice, chief administrative law judge for SSA’s Office of Disability Adjudication and Review, announced last week that she will retire “later this year.”

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UW-Platteville professor pays price for standing up for student, taking on administration

By   /  October 26, 2016  /  Criminal Justice, Education, News, Power Abuse, Wisconsin  /  No Comments

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“I want to do the right thing but it is hard to know that I probably will lose my job over this.”

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Special Needs Scholarship Program’s first year enrollment exceeds expectations

By   /  October 25, 2016  /  Education, News, Wisconsin  /  No Comments

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The first year of Wisconsin’s Special Needs Scholarship Program is showing there is a demand for voucher-style school choice for parents of students with special needs. According to figures released by the state Department of Public Instruction, 206 students received vouchers to attend one of the 26 private schools participating in the program. “I will […]

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More Wisconsin parents choosing school choice programs

By   /  October 25, 2016  /  Education, News, Wisconsin  /  No Comments


“The continuing increase in enrollment confirms that parents want more educational options for the kids,” said Justin Moralez,

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Former John Doe prosecutor continues to practice delay, attorney says

By   /  October 24, 2016  /  First Amendment, Free Speech, News, Power Abuse, Wisconsin  /  No Comments

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“It’s their property,” Strang said. “It’s not the prosecutors’ property.

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