MILWAUKEE – Deb Kerr, candidate for Wisconsin State Superintendent of Public Instruction, will roll out groundbreaking plans to decentralize the Department of Public Instruction at a press event today. This reform would allow for the extension of DPI offices across the state instead of just in Madison. Kerr commented, “We can’t let a Madison-focused bureaucracy undermine our children’s education. I’m excited to reiterate my plans to reopen schools swiftly and safely while outlining how we decentralize DPI to better serve our kids, especially in urban settings.”
Dr. Kerr will deliver remarks at 12:30 pm today, Wednesday, March 10. Dr. Kerr will speak to members of the media at Walker Square Park adjacent to Bruce-Guadalupe, a premier charter school that successfully and safely opened for instruction, with precautions, this fall.
What: Announcement of a plan to decentralize DPI and reopen schools
Who: Dr. Deb Kerr, candidate for State Superintendent, and parents
Where: Walker Square Park, 1031 S 9th St, Milwaukee, WI 53204
When: Wednesday, March 10 | 12:30 pm