WAES School-Funding Reform Update, March 2

waesgraphic

Table of Contents below, click here for the full update.

Update — The hearing on the School Finance Network plan highlighted below is still very important, but it is in the process of being rescheduled.  Watch AMPS for more info.

I want to highlight the first item.  Save the Date –March 24 — this is important.  The School Finance Network plan is a very good plan and enjoys broad support.  Attend the hearing and show the legislature you care about school funding.

Update — The hearing on the School Finance Network plan is still very important, but it is in the process of being rescheduled.  Watch AMPS for more info.

School-funding reform update, week of March 2

  • SFN reform plan subject of March 24 hearing at the Capitol
  • SFN plan continues to be in the news around Wisconsin
  • Evers, Fernandez meet in West Allis at state Superintendent debate
  • 2009-11 state budget appears to be on the fast track
  • WAES doing good work, but needs your financial support
  • Tax cuts cost state billions since mid-1990s, LFB report says
  • Four groups renew memberships in WAES
  • Oneida County Board petitions state for school-funding reform
  • Round-up of funding problems from around Wisconsin
  • Early childhood care and education key to economic development
  • Help WAES correct e-mail update glitch
  • School-funding reform calendar
  • The Wisconsin Alliance for Excellent Schools (WAES) is a statewide, independent, membership-based organization of educators, school board members, students, parents, community leaders, researchers, citizens, and community activists whose lone goal is the comprehensive reform of Wisconsin’s school-funding system. If you would like more information about the organization — or on becoming part of WAES — contact Tom Beebe at 920-650-0525 or tbeebe@excellentschools.org.

    Thomas J. Mertz

    Advertisements

    Leave a comment

    Filed under "education finance", Budget, education, Elections, finance, Local News, Referenda, referendum, School Finance, Take Action, Uncategorized

    Leave a Reply

    Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

    WordPress.com Logo

    You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

    Twitter picture

    You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

    Facebook photo

    You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

    Google+ photo

    You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

    Connecting to %s