Education specialist speaks on the shrinking achievment gap in Wisconsin schools


Statewide school test scores released this week show there’s still a gap between white students, and students from other racial and ethnic groups, but that the gap is closing.
The test results will have consequences for government aid and jobs in schools around Wisconsin, especially with Governor Walker proposing cutting 834 million dollars in state aid over the next two years. Here to talk with us more about the test results and how they’ll shape Wisconsin schools is John Johnson of the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction.

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