Details Emerge on Senate GOP K-12 Plan

Jason Stein of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports that state Senate Republicans are working on an alternative K-12 funding plan to one released previously by the Assembly GOP. The Senate plan reportedly also focuses on helping historically low-spending school districts.

The difference appears to be that whereas the Assembly GOP plan would allow those districts to raise revenue locally (property tax), the Senate GOP caucus members are looking to target state aid to low spenders. See the full story below with quotes from Senate Majority Leader Fitzgerald , Assembly Speaker Vos, Sen. Olsen, JFC Co-Chair Nygren and more:

JSOnline: Senate GOP plan would help Wisconsin’s low-spending schools