More private schools are seeking to cash in with public tax dollars during the 2016-17 school year through the unaccountable school voucher program.
The student loan debt and college affordability crises are real challenges facing Central Wisconsin, and real reform, not election year gimmicks, are needed.
Gov. Scott Walker and his money machine are working overtime to keep a crony who will have their back on the state high court.
We see a blatant, coordinated effort between Rebecca Bradley's campaign and a right wing group spending big money on TV ads for her.
Scott Walker's money machine is propping up Rebecca Bradley with huge money because they know the public thinks she cannot be trusted to be an independent voice.
Republicans on the State Assembly Committee on Colleges and Universities today voted for bills that will do nothing to reduce skyrocketing student loan debt.
Did Reckless Spending Lead Him to Desperate Move to Tap State Campaign Funds to Pay Bills for Federal Political Ambitions?
Rep. Dale Kooyegna, Gov. Scott Walker and the GOP legislature have ducked, dodged and distorted the truth about the student loan debt crisis in Wisconsin.
A newly-released report shows Wisconsin as one of only nine states that have adopted their budget cutting funding for higher education.
I would describe Scott Walker’s college affordability scheme the same way I would characterize his own personal higher ed experience — woefully incomplete.
The Governor has been advertising a 'listening tour' as an opportunity for citizens to share their opinions on issues with him is not open to the general public.
In a press release issued today Rep. Dave Murphy doubled-down on support for Gov. Walker’s woefully incomplete college affordability measures supported by legislative Republicans.
Make no mistake, none of these bills will reduce by one cent the monthly student loan payments of Wisconsin student loan borrowers.
Wisconsin would be ill-served by more of the Walker administration’s cronyism and corruption and less access to comprehensive health care services for families.
Gov. Scott Walker has a glaring omission in his plan on student debt – any help lowering the monthly payments for Wisconsin borrowers
Meanwhile in Wisconsin, borrowers got a new excuse from Gov. Scott Walker for his continued opposition to common-sense refinancing legislation.
President Obama and many others get it, responsible hard working Americans shouldn’t be saddled with $1.3 trillion in debt for trying to get an education.
Gov. Scott Walker continues to oppose a common sense plan that could help student loan borrowers by allowing them to refinance at a lower interest rate.
Any plan that doesn’t include simple, common sense student loan refinancing reform is not a serious attempt to help with the student loan debt crisis.
Scott Walker put his personal political ambitions before the well being of Wisconsin and mostly didn’t even show up to do the job for which he’s paid.
In a press release from his taxpayer-financed office, Rep. Bob Gannon suggests African Americans in Milwaukee are to blame for the state jobs crisis.
The Ryan-led House is voting for at least the fifty-fifth time to repeal the Affordable Care Act that has helped millions of Americans access health care.
Justice Rebecca Bradley put it in writing she believes candidates for the Supreme Court like herself ought to be able to lie in their campaign advertising.
One Wisconsin Now is asking Gov. Scott Walker to put passage of the student loan reform and refinancing bill at the top of his 2016 New Year’s Resolution list.
The years of blank pages Justice Rebecca Bradley gave and charged One Wisconsin Now at an exorbitant rate to retrieve were a complete fraud and fabrication.
Michael Grebe called draining hundreds of millions in public tax dollars away from public schools for unaccountable private schools an “accomplishment.”
Updated research exposing the right-wing Bradley Foundation’s spending over $108 million in support of education privatization from provides some answers.
Gov. Walker has led an administration that has attacked clean and open government from day one, rife with systematic cronyism and corruption.
Every community in Wisconsin has been served by John Matthews' tireless and always inventive fight for public schools, students, teachers and parents.
Walker continues to reject the common sense reforms of the Higher Ed, Lower Debt Act to help borrowers to refinance student loans at lower interest rates.