Celebrating 25 years of school choice in Milwaukee

By   /  November 19, 2015  /  Education, Education Blog, Wisconsin  /  No Comments

Cities and villages would be OK should a judge's ruling tossing out portions of Act 10 stand, says municipality advocate.

“It’s based upon opportunity and hope, and I started it because I wanted more minority students to graduate from high school and that we’re finding is certainly a reality, it’s not as good as I would like, but it’s certainly going in the right direction,” he said.

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GAB just about dead as final overhaul bill passes Assembly

By   /  November 16, 2015  /  First Amendment, Free Speech, News, Wisconsin  /  No Comments

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“No longer will unaccountable staff be free to advance their agenda through the cloak of non-partisanship,” said state Rep. Dean Knudson.

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Vos: In time of terror, close Wisconsin’s borders to Syrian refugees

By   /  November 16, 2015  /  News, Wisconsin  /  No Comments


“It is not a time to open our doors to individuals who may pose a security risk or instill an unnerving sense of fear in our citizens,” Vos writes.

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Former Chief Justice Shirley Abrahamson ends her legal temper-tantrum

By   /  November 10, 2015  /  News, Wisconsin  /  No Comments

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“Her federal (civil rights) case was weak,” said Rick Esenberg,

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Wisconsin still a high-tax state, latest data show

By   /  November 3, 2015  /  News, State Budgets, Wisconsin  /  No Comments

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“Wisconsin tax burden and rank changed little during 2008-13,” the alliance noted in a press release.

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Colleges stockpile cash as student debt soars

By   /  October 12, 2015  /  Commentary, Education Blog  /  No Comments

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As America’s $1.4 trillion student-loan debt balloons like the 2008 real-estate bubble, here’s a modest proposal: Use multibillion-dollar college endowments to reduce tuition.

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