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Proposal Would Pay Parents for Remote Learning

Proposal Would Pay Parents for Remote Learning

Parents with kids learning from home in Wisconsin could be in-line for a check from the state.

Assembly Speaker Robin Vos yesterday suggested the state cut parents with kids in remote learning programs a 371-dollar check. The money, Vos says, will help cover the cost of teaching kids from home. The checks would be per-child, so some families would get more than just 371 dollars.

We will show you different sides so you can decide, and on the other side. some are critical of the idea because the money would come from additional state aid that would normally go to schools.

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