Amanda Brink, campaign manager for State Superintendent Tony Evers‘ re-election campaign.
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Holtz and Humphries and a few unnamed business leaders had collaborated on a plan to takeover Wisconsin’s 5 largest school districts.Feb 22nd, 2017 by Gov. Tony Evers
There are dozens of unanswered questions.Feb 20th, 2017 by Gov. Tony Evers
It included a tax-payer compensation package of $150,000, and a dedicated personal driver.Feb 17th, 2017 by Gov. Tony Evers
ICYMI: Plot thickens for the Humphries-Holtz Takeover Plan of Wisconsin’s 5 Largest School Districts
The Humphries-Holtz Takeover Plan would create a position in the Department of Public Instruction that would have unprecedented authority.Feb 17th, 2017 by Gov. Tony Evers
Despite previously supporting and testifying in favor of the Common Core, today John P. Humphries rolled out his plan to replace it.
Common Core has been adopted at the local level by over 400 school districts in Wisconsin.Feb 2nd, 2017 by Gov. Tony Evers
Heading into 2017, Tony Evers will have almost twice the resources he reported this same time in 2013, his last election cycle.Jan 17th, 2017 by Gov. Tony Evers
"We do not need more bureaucracy or more centralized control," said Amanda Brink.Jan 12th, 2017 by Gov. Tony Evers
Tony Evers' campaign manager, Amanda Brink, expressed the following:Jan 5th, 2017 by Gov. Tony Evers