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Proposals would strengthen and protect public education system
Brookfield, WI — Tom Palzewicz, candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives in Wisconsin’s 5th district, today announced a comprehensive plan to strengthen and protect public education for all, ensuring American competitiveness for the next century.
“Education is arguably the most important public service our government provides, yet too many schools are in a state of crisis,” said Palzewicz, a Navy veteran and small-business owner making his first run for public office. “The Trump Administration is waging war on our public schools instead of investing in our public education system. My plan would focus on helping more Americans achieve and sustain their own American Dream.
“Our schools need infrastructure improvements and widespread access to broadband internet,” said Palzewicz, who is running against 40-year incumbent Jim Sensenbrenner. “Our kids must learn critical problem-solving skills while building up their reading, art, science and technology acumen in order to be set up for success upon graduation.”
Palzewicz’s five-point plan puts the emphasis back on the fundamentals of a strong public education system — teachers and students. The plan ensures teachers are paid fairly and are incentivized to teach their students in a way that benefits the unique learning style of every pupil.
“America needs to do whatever is necessary to ensure every child has equal access to a quality education that will properly prepare them for being active and productive members of society,” said Palzewicz. “My education plan will start us on the path to get there.”
The full plan can be viewed here.