Yes. Do it.
Gov. Scott Walker made the case on Monday for a requirement in his two-year budget proposal that would make some K-12 education funding contingent on districts’ compliance with Act 10.
Under Walker’s spending plan, teachers would be required to pay at least 12 percent of their health costs in order for a district to receive per-pupil aid increases of $200 in the first year of the budget and $204 in the second.
Remember that 12% is still FAR below the average for all workers. It’s even far less than the average for government workers. Here are the numbers:
Tell me again that 12% is out of line?