Public Divided on Milwaukee School Reform Plans
Nearly everyone who spoke Tuesday at a public hearing on the future of the Wisconsin's largest school district agreed it needed a fix, but there seemed no clear consensus on what to do.
At least 200 people showed up for the hearing Tuesday morning. But lawmakers took 3 1/2 hours to present three proposals on changing the troubled Milwaukee Public Schools, and by the time the public got to speak, many had left.
Many comments from those remaining focused on a controversial plan for Milwaukee's mayor to be given the authority to...
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