– Ensuring equal access to quality education for all students – Promoting equitable distribution of resources among public schools – Addressing concerns about the privatization of education
– Potential to level the playing field for disadvantaged students – Fostering a sense of community and unity within the public school system
– Limiting parents’ ability to choose the education that best suits their child’s needs – Potentially limiting competition and innovation in education – Disrupting the educational choices that families have already made – Ignoring the potential benefits of competition between schools – Potential budgetary implications for public schools
Please note that these lists are not exhaustive and represent a general overview of pros and cons related to ending Wisconsin’s School Choice Programs.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court is currently considering a lawsuit that aims to declare certain programs unconstitutional.