|Humphries, Holtz Plot Takeover of Wisconsin's 5 Largest School Districts|
|Written by Tony Evers for State Supt|
|Thursday, 16 February 2017 11:50|
State Superintendent candidates met in December to discuss combining campaign efforts. Five school districts, including Green Bay, serve 165,000 public school kids in Wisconsin.
MADISON - On February 15, 2017 news reports broke that State Superintendent candidates John Humphries and Lowell Holtz met in December of 2016 to discuss the possibility of combining their campaign efforts in exchange for well compensated positions within the Department of Public Instruction following the spring election.
The new position outlined in Humphries' and Holtz's proposal would have or seek the following unprecedented authority:
These five school districts combined serve 165,000 public school kids in Wisconsin. All five have elected school boards, chosen by Wisconsin voters, who are responsible for overseeing the districts.
|Last Updated on Thursday, 16 February 2017 15:20|