Wisconsin State Superintendent Tony Evers considers run for governor

Molly Beck:

Since he was first elected state superintendent in 2009, Evers has asked Walker and the Legislature four times to significantly increase funding for schools, by raising state-imposed revenue limits and changing the equalized aid formula to account for districts with high poverty, declining enrollment and rural issues. His proposal to revamp the state’s funding formula has repeatedly been ignored until this year, when Walker included some of his proposals.

Have their been acheivement improvements over the past decade?

Madison has long tolerated disastrous reading results, despite spending far more than most.