Evers says state’s priorities ‘out of whack’ in State of Education address


State Superintendent and Dem guv candidate Tony Evers called for "a better way" for investing in K-12 in his annual "State of Education" address.
Evers also knocked the "decade of disinvestment" in school funding during his speech Thursday afternoon at the Capitol, saying the state's priorities -- without mentioning any names or political parties -- are "out of whack."
And he touted his "transformational" K-12 budget proposal that would increase spending by $1.4 billion over the biennium as the best path forward. His plan, Evers said, also gives an "extra lift for kids who need it" through an ...

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