Wis. Legislature Passes Education Reform Bill
The state Assembly early in the morning Friday passed a bill that removes a ban on using student test results to evaluate teachers in order to be eligible for nearly $4.5 billion in federal stimulus money.
It cleared the Senate on Thursday and now heads to Democratic Gov. Jim Doyle who said he will sign it.
The votes came after President Barack Obama came to Madison on Wednesday to tout the Race to the Top grant program and urge states like Wisconsin...
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