Contact: Van Wanggaard
“I am encouraged that Racine Unified’s reforms appear to be pointing the school district in the right direction. While the immediate threat of a district breakup and OSPP may have been lifted, a one-year improvement in test scores does not make a successful school district.
Just as I wouldn’t accept a less than 60% score from my children when they were in school, parents and taxpayers shouldn’t accept a 60% score from their school district. All children deserve a great education regardless of geography. I hope the Racine Unified will continue their upward trajectory until they are once again one of the best districts in the state and country.”