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Pridemore says vouchers key issue in superintendent race

8:08 AM, Mar. 27, 2013
Newsmakers: Rep. Don Pridemore
Newsmakers: Rep. Don Pridemore: Recorded Mar. 25, 2013: Rep. Don Pridemore, a candidate for state Superintendent of Public Instruction, discusses the April 2 election and his campaign against incumbent Tony Evers with host Larry Gallup on Newsmakers.
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APPLETON - State Rep. Don Pridemore sees the expansion of Wisconsin's voucher school program as a key issue in the race for state superintendent of public instruction.

Pridemore, who is challenging incumbent Tony Evers in the April 2 election, said competition is needed to create the best possible education system.

"We've monopolized public education and after 40-plus years of a monopoly, guess what's happening? Our record of achievement at schools is going down, the dummy down of America is very apparent," Pridemore said. "When you look at the U.S. ranking in the world, we're only 18th. ...

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