Wisconsin GOP Vote to Promote Right to Work and Charter Schools
May 5, 2014|Uncategorized
While the Wisconsin state Republican convention delegates voted to oppose Common Core standards in the Badger State, they also voted in favor of school choice and promoting a Right to Work Law. Marge Pitroff has the story in WUWM, Wisconsin’s public radio station.
At the weekend gathering in downtown Milwaukee, the incumbent [Governor Scott Walker] easily won Republican delegates’ endorsement for re-election. He told attendees to share the message that his administration and the GOP-controlled Legislature has delivered tax breaks and a budget surplus.
Attendees formally stated opposition to the ACA and to Common Core, the educational standards that leaders from across the country developed for America’s schools.