State superintendent Tony Evers called the state’s education priorities “out of whack” at his state of education speech yesterday.
Evers was at the Capitol in Madison. He says Walker’s policies are failing the people of Wisconsin. He says it’s time to work together to build up communities instead of adopting policies that tear each other down.
Evers also talked about the race for governor. He’s the democratic candidate and will face off against Walker in November. He says if he’s elected anything is on the table when it comes to taxes.
Evers says his priorities would be the working people of the state.