Senate Passes Three Rep. Neylon Bills
“It’s encouraging to see members of the legislature working together to close the skills gap, increase school accountability and prevent child trafficking.”
“It’s encouraging to see members of the legislature working together to close the skills gap, increase school accountability and prevent child trafficking.
“AB 665 encourages more teams to participate in robotics all across Wisconsin. S.T.E.M. curriculum is essential if we are serious about preparing our students for the jobs of tomorrow.
“The other education bill the Senate passed is AB 722, which simply put, trusts parents to make the right decision about where to send their children to school. This common sense legislation requires schools to provide a link on their public website to the most recent DPI School Report Card. This objective data provides exactly the type of information parents look for when deciding where to send their children.
“I am also pleased the Senate passed AB 745, known as the Stop Trafficking Vulnerable Youth Act. Because of the sensitive nature of privacy rights for children in state care, currently there are barriers to efficiently sharing helpful information – like a photo – between law enforcement and child welfare agencies. This bill removes those barriers and improves communication between law enforcement and child welfare agencies to locate and protect our most vulnerable youth.”
Press Releases by Adam Neylon
"The University of Wisconsin-Madison has been selected as one of 10 national testing sites for autonomous vehicles."
"...I am happy to see his proposed increase in K-12 education funding, income and property tax cuts, and workforce development and vocational training programs."
Robotics teams raised nearly half a million in private funds.
The Wisconsin REINS Act gives the Legislature the oversight it needs.
"This new program provides grants to high school students all across Wisconsin for starting and participating in robotics competitions."
“I’m honored to stand with my fellow Republican colleagues in releasing next session’s Forward Agenda.”