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Educate, innovate and execute: Wisconsins model for success

Wisconsins economy is currently undergoing a historical transformation. Such a dramatic change has not occurred since World War I, when the paper, brewing, automotive and agriculture industries were beginning to flourish.

The change from an agriculture and manufacturing-based state economy to a knowledge and innovation-based economy is inevitable. Wisconsin now finds itself competing ......

Full article >>> han $11 million, or a 5.8 percent increase. This year, MPS is projecting a 15% increase as a stopgap to keep the system running. We must expand on new and innovative ideas such as school choice and charter programs because pouring money into failing schools is not the answer.

Innovation. We must not fear failure. Innovation and changing technologies are happening at a rapid pa......

Full article >>> nsure that Wisconsin is the leader in broadband development and technology development. We must also create a tax environment in this state that will attract jobs, and take the tremendous financial burden off our states working families. And finally, we must make health care reform a reality by moving the health care model from a provider-driven to a consumer-driven model.

As our pare......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Sen. Ted Kanavas 06/16/04


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