Statement from Senator Chris Larson on the Department of Instruction Budget Proposal
"This is a great plan to address the crisis created in our state’s schools.'
Madison, WI – Today, Senator Larson offered the following response to the Department of Instruction (DPI) budget proposal submitted by State Superintendent Evers.
“State Superintendent Evers has once again shown his commitment to improving the lives of Wisconsin children by proposing a well-thought-out plan of action to prioritize investment in our neighborhood schools, and address the unfair funding disparities that exist between districts. This is a great plan to address the crisis created in our state’s schools.
“In speaking with district administrators across the state, it has been made clear that innovative, immediate action must take place to secure our children’s future and the future of our great state. The era of assaulting public education by tying the hands of our neighborhood schools must end.
“Superintendent Evers has consistently placed children first and has stood firm against the draconian cuts made by public education detractors. I look forward to continuing this immensely important discussion of providing our schools with the staff and resources needed to help our children achieve. The best way to promote economic security and prosperity in Wisconsin is by investing in our local school systems, and rejecting privatization special interests who are focused on profit and ideology.”
Press Releases by Chris Larson
“The only thing remarkable about his address is that anyone is bothering to listen.”
“As a state senator and as a member of these important committees, I look forward to working with my neighbors and colleagues to support policies that will provide each of our neighbors the freedom to pursue the American Dream.”
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Today, Senator Chris Larson, Representative Jonathan Brostoff, and Representative Christine Sinicki released the following statement urging the resignation or removal of Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke.