Review of The State of High School Education in Wisconsin: A Tale of Two Wisconsins

This report documents "Two Wisconsins" separated by wealth. It concludes the difference in test scores between rich and poor is not attributable to school funding. To close the achievement gap, the author recommends that school districts require students to take more rigorous courses.

Suggested Citation:

Mathis, W. (2006). Review of "The State of High School Education in Wisconsin: A Tale of Two Wisconsins."  Boulder and Tempe: Education and the Public Interest Center & Education Policy Research Unit. Retrieved [date] from http://epicpolicy.org/thinktank/review-the-state-high-school-education-wisconsin-a-tale-two-wisconsins

Document Reviewed:

The State of High School Education in Wisconsin: A Tale of Two Wisconsins

Philip J. McDade
Wisconsin Policy Research Institute