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Charter schools have not improved academic performance, or if they have, usually it is because they have weeded out low-performing students.
Comparing ISIS, a brutal terrorist group, with peaceful demonstrations against a governor who eliminated collective bargaining is totally absurd.
Without a new stadium, a better business plan and the addition of new, experienced board members and leaders, the long life of the Snappers will end.
The state budget includes a proposal to make the assessing process more efficient. Wisconsin would move to a county-based system with an option for larger municipalities.
Sometimes, large donations greatly advance charitable efforts in our communities, and generous gifts in Rock and Walworth counties are prime examples.
I urge all Wisconsin citizens to read, listen beyond the political rhetoric and use your voice along with your votes to move Wisconsin Forward, as our motto suggests.
The thought of cutting staff and eliminating programs would have meant the loss of additional students in this district. Without them, we cannot thrive nor exist.
One community’s gain is another’s loss. Certainly the right-to-work-for-peanuts legislation that is destined to become Wisconsin law comes under this heading.
How often do they hear that their efforts are valued and significant? The role of teachers in our children’s lives is an important part of who they will become.
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