Sunday, January 15, 2006

Milwaukee parents "take a back seat to the agenda of his special interest backers,"


Howard Fuller, chairman of the alliance, said Doyle should approve raising the cap and drop the other proposals, which he said had no chance of passing the Legislature. Fuller said Doyle's plan makes Milwaukee parents "take a back seat to the agenda of his special interest backers," a reference to the state teachers union, the Wisconsin Education Association Council, which has traditionally opposed the voucher plan.
Journal Sentinel 1/15/6

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