Wisconsin lawmakers are looking to expand school choice, at least for next year.
Republicans at the Capitol are pushing four plans that would all expand access to school choice programs in the state. All four have a hearing at the Capitol tomorrow. The biggest change would be an expansion of who qualifies for the state’s parental choice program. The idea is to include families who make up to 75-thousand-dollars a year. There’s another plan that would allow choice students to take classes online next year as currently they are required to take classes in-person.