The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction oversees and regulates the education of public and private school students, including those enrolled in charter schools and the state’s four Parental Choice Programs. On Tuesday, April 6, Wisconsin voters will elect a new Superintendent of Public Instruction. School Choice Wisconsin Action (SCWA) sent a series of questions to the two candidates about their positions on key education issues impacting public and private schools and their students and families.
The full, unedited questions and answers are reproduced here in their entirety (attached). This information is provided for the purpose of educating voters about the candidates’ views on public policy issues. SCWA does not endorse or oppose candidates for public office.
SCWA works to empower families by promoting quality education options for families regardless of their zip code or income through education and advocacy.