Wisconsin Considers Posting School Crime Data
Republican legislators in Wisconsin want schools to publicly report statistics about crime. They say making the information public will force the schools to address safety issues and be more transparent. But others say the practice could be used to punish schools and cause families to flee to other districts. From Here & Now contributor WUWM in Milwaukee, Rachel Morello reports.
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