Candidates for state superintendent meet in first forum

State superintendent Tony Evers and candidates seeking to unseat him debated on Sunday the use of public money for private schools, how to increase interest in teaching, and school funding levels in the candidates’ first forum.

Overall on school funding, Evers said that the state is not spending enough on schools and that more funding should be sent to schools with higher numbers of students in foster care, students living in poverty and students who don’t speak English as a first language.

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