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May
21
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Each year, the Department of Public Instruction (DPI) collects WKCE results from all public schools as well as all choice pupils at private schools and publishes them on WISEdash.
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May
06
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Each year, the Department of Public Instruction (DPI) collects WKCE results from all public schools as well as all choice pupils at private schools and publishes them on WISEdash.
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Apr
29
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The attached document outlines how Governor Walker's proposed budget would impact the Parental Choice Programs in Wisconsin.
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Apr
15
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On April 6, 2015, the Legislative Fiscal Bureau (LFB) released a memo outlining certain provisions in the Governor’s 2015-2017 proposed budget that they have deemed as not inherently fiscal in nature and therefore unnecessary. There are five inclusions in this list that relate to the state’s parental choice programs. Upon review, SCW was able to explain the budgetary necessity of these items.
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Apr
14
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On April 8, 2015, a presentation “Public Schools and Privatization: What’s at Stake?” was given by Dr. Julie Mead, a professor at UW-Madison in the department of Educational Leadership & Policy Analysis.
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Oct
16
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The words “vox populi vox Dei [the voice of the people is the voice of God]” are inscribed on the Milwaukee County Courthouse. While there is more bluster than truth to this statement, it is still imperative that in a democratic society the opinions of the people are considered. As a multitude of polls will show, most Americans are in favor of school vouchers, however, they are evenly divided as to whether the use of vouchers should be expanded into larger programs on a statewide level.
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Sep
23
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A three-year analysis of police calls from public, private schools in the Milwaukee Parental Choice Program, and independent charters.
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Jul
01
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The Milwaukee Parental Choice Program (MPCP) began in 1990 with seven schools and just over 300 students. Today, more than 20 years later, close to 26,000 students and 110 schools participate in the MPCP. As participation in the program has grown, the regulatory requirements on the program have also increased. A newly released report by the Friedman Foundation entitled, “Public Rules on Private Schools,” found that private schools in the MPCP are the most regulated in the country. In fact, according to the report, since the creation of the MPCP, the state legislature has added 55 private school regulations on top of the 31 statutory regulations that existed prior to the program’s creation. As a result, MPCP schools must meet more requirements and do more work compared to the 23 programs in 12 states that the report analyzed.
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download.jpgMilwaukee Educational Options Chart
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download.jpgThe Fiscal Impact of Ending Choice:  Higher Property Taxes in 345 School Districts
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