2014 SAA Agenda
Wisconsin’s PK-12 Pathway to World-Class Student Success
On Nov. 19, the SAA publicly released its evidence-based policy agenda
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for photos, video
and news coverage of the event.
The public release marked the beginning of the SAA's efforts to build support for evidence-based state educational policies. We know that the most important conversations, moving forward, will not be held in Madison but rather in every school district throughout the state. When educators sit down with student leaders, parents, and community and business leaders to share the impact of state policy on educational opportunities we know that these stakeholders, over time, will become advocates for evidence-based state educational policy.
Be sure to read these materials
to help you get started advocating for this important initiative.