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Wisconsin Wants $19,969 for Public Documents Detailing ‘Cultural Sensitivity’ Training

glenn183 Wrote: Dec 18, 2012 1:57 AM
Did Wisconsin get that info printed on paper or was it a .PDF? A several minute download should be a little less than $20 grand. It should require ZERO staff and ZERO paper. It's just a computer.
seron Wrote: Dec 18, 2012 2:02 AM
"It should require ZERO staff and ZERO paper."

...and it'd reflect its true worth; ZERO.

Government transparency is a critical tool in the public’s accountability arsenal, so long as the public can afford it.

But when dealing with the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI), transparency comes with a five-figure price tag.

EAGnews.org has been conducting an investigation into a “cultural sensitivity” teacher training program the department has been doing for the last few years.

There is a clear link between the department’s “CREATE Wisconsin” initiative and the nutty, left-wing San Francisco-based Pacific Educational Group. PEG recently made headlines when its training urged school employees to downplay American cultural staples like peanut butter...