WILL’s recent report on Act 10 shares since the laws implementation 5-years ago, Wisconsin taxpayers have saved billions. The study also shows that the law had no significant effects on classroom size or teacher experience. WKBT-TV LaCrosse shared the findings:
“The legislation stripped collective bargaining rights for public sector union employees, including teachers. According to a new study from the conservative group Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty, this helped save state taxpayers about $5 billion.”
“[W]hen the study compared the state to surrounding states, the authors say the legislation had little impact on districts as far as classroom size or teacher experience.”
WILL’s full report can be read here.