When many Democrats discuss the newly minted gubernatorial candidacy of Wisconsin state Superintendent for Public Instruction Tony Evers, they bring up a number of responses. They point out that Evers holds a statewide office and heads the state’s education bureaucracy. This is usually followed up by showcasing that Evers have won three statewide elections (2009, 2013, […]
In at least six lawsuits a public interest law firm has been opposed by DOJ lawyers, proving they aren’t the legal arm of a GOP conspiracy.
The second largest paper in the state has joined the largest paper in the state in criticizing a plan to require more accountability in school spending referendums.
Tony Evers says voters should pick who holds his job, but he strongly opposes giving parents more options in education, or giving the public more input.
The state’s top education official, Superintendent Tony Evers, who oversees the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction, delivered his annual state of education address in the rotunda of the state Capitol last Thursday.
State education officials spent thousands advertising jobs on a classified ads website despite 2 state websites that do the same for free.
The only school in Wisconsin currently named for President Barack Obama rates an “F” on a state report card designed to measure school success.
The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction has spent $294,465.57 in two fiscal years on resorts in Wisconsin Dells.
The Wisconsin Grandsons of Liberty, a conservative grassroots group, has outlined 7 layers of educational administration and bureaucracy in the state.
Matt Adamczyk doesn’t even hold elected office and already he’s crusading against wasteful spending by state government bureaucrats.