Some Milwaukee public schools with failing grades on state report cards could be turned into charter schools overseen by a new local board,two suburban Republican lawmakers said Wednesday.
In a talk radio interview, the governor suggested the UW System could absorb its proposed $300 million budget cut by requiring its faculty to start 'teaching more classes and doing more work.'
Many of the proposals are controversial, including creating urban zones without corporate taxes, typical union rules and state markup requirements on retail sales.