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Democrat Tony Evers says local citizens must be heard on mining issues, he will stand for the national anthem and also support those NFL players who choose to kneel,and he looks forward to funding education.

Evers and Lt. Governor running mate Mandela Barnes stopped in Rhinelander Friday as part of a campaign swing. Evers says local citizens should be heard on mining in Wisconsin...

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The state's Superintendent of Public Instruction has joined a growing list of Democrats who are running for Governor.

Tony Evers stopped by the WXPR studios this week and talked with News Director Ken Krall...


State Superintendent of Public Instruction Dr. Tony Evers campaigned in Rhinelander Friday and stopped by the WXPR studios.

Evers is seeking a third term as the state's school leader and is challenged Whitnall Administrator Lowell Holtz. Evers says a teacher shortage arose out of the demonization of public employees resulting from the ACT 10 public bargaining changes, and will have long time negative results in rural Wisconsin.

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State schools superintendent Tony Evers stepped into the future of classrooms Tuesday with a visit to the Lakeland Union High School to promote Career and Technical (CTE) Education Month in Wisconsin.

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An increasingly popular option for parents to pick the public school for their children is beginning February 6.

Open enrollment is a tuition-free opportunity for parents to apply for their children to attend a public school in a school district other than the one in which they live.

Wisconsin Superintendent of Public Instruction, Dr. Tony Evers, says the reasons parents want to move their children to another district vary by family, but it has proven to be effective...

State lawmakers are expected to hear testimony Thursday on a bill that could spell changes for Common Core education standards. 

State Superintendent Tony Evers is appealing to parents and educators to speak out against the legislation, which would put standards in the hands of a legislative committee. 

In a video message Evers called this a Waterloo moment in Wisconsin education. 

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The Assembly Speaker's Rural Schools Task Force held its third hearing Tuesday in Madison. 


Legislators heard more than three hours of testimony from educational groups and administrators.   State Superintendent of Schools Tony Evers spoke about the financial challenges facing rural schools.

"We need to do something about fixing our funding system for all the schools in the state.  We need to find ways to allocate resources that take into account the income levels of families, and not just the community's property value."