Evers calls for prioritizing children’s emotional and social well-being over test scores


State Schools Superintendent Tony Evers says while he's not approaching his second re-election bid any differently, he could pivot on his approach to the job.
And that pivot would amount to a shift toward prioritizing children's emotional and social well-being over test scores, Evers said.
"I think we've become too enamored with chasing test scores as a state and as a nation, and I hope I can provide some of leadership around that area where we begin to focus more appropriately," he said in a WisPolitics.com interview.
Evers, who was elected superintendent in 2009 and has worked in public educ...

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