For the second year in a row, newly released data from the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction shows that students in the three Parental Choice Programs are outperforming their peers on the ACT, regardless of income.
This week, Doctors John F. Witte and Patrick J. Wolf published a research paper titled “The Wisconsin Role in the School Choice Movement.” Here’s a graphic of what the research paper concluded:
The Wisconsin Institute of Law and Liberty (WILL) released a comprehensive study that compared student outcomes in choice programs and traditional public schools, showing better academic outcomes for students participating in the choice programs.
New Democratic Memo Confirms School Choice Support Strong with African American Community in Wisconsin
A recently disclosed email memo from Democratic consulting firm, The Atlas Project, confirmed that there is strong support for school choice within the African American community in Wisconsin.
Late Friday afternoon, the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction released their annual figures for students participating in the voucher program. Wisconsin currently has four programs that afford financially challenged families the opportunity to attend a private school of their choice with a voucher.
The American Federation for Children, the nation’s voice for educational choice, celebrates the primary victory of Jason Fields, Democratic candidate for Wisconsin’s State Assembly District 11.