Evers ‘pleased’ with Walker’s DPI budget proposal

State Superintendent Tony Evers said today he’s pleased with Gov. Scott Walker’s budget proposal to add $649 million toward K-12, though he’d like some changes in the budget.
That includes Walker’s proposal to allow permanent licenses for teachers and administrators by eliminating their expiration dates. Evers told the Joint Finance Committee he’s working with stakeholders on a proposal to “streamline and strengthen licenses” and would return to JFC with proposed changes.
He also raised concerns over Walker’s proposal to require school districts’ compliance with Act 10 if they want to get part...

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