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Skyward vows to take case to court

Founder, CEO say they will appeal, get injunction if necessary

7:52 PM, May 3, 2013
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Jim King had some trouble composing himself when initially handed the microphone, but once he did, he came out swinging.

King, the founder of Skyward Inc., promised in fiery comments Friday to a group of local, county, state and company officials that they would continue the fight to be the sole provider of student information software to public school districts in Wisconsin.

Rep. Katrina Shankland, D-Stevens Point, and Rep. Amy Sue Vruwink, D-Milladore, arranged the news conference a day after the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction, or DPI, rejected Skyward's request to either ...

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