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Separate and Unequal A story of unbalanced representation and unequal access.  Small, rural schools in the State of Wiscon...
Income Above Poverty Level in 1999
Child Poverty Rate
Median Family Income
Per Capita Income
Median Value of Housing Units
Next Generation Task Force
Title . . . No One Child Poverty Next Generation Taskforce
09-10 Special Ed Taskforce
Adolescent Literacy Taskforce
Directors of Instruction
Hmmm . . .  Child Poverty C&I Doctorates
Milwaukee Area Subset
Wisconsin Fund 73
Consolidated Map
Sources <ul><li>Applied Population Laboratory's  </li></ul><ul><li>“Get Facts”  http://www.getfacts.wisc.edu/ </li></ul><u...
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  1. 1. Separate and Unequal A story of unbalanced representation and unequal access. Small, rural schools in the State of Wisconsin are not always represented on major statewide taskforces may not be afforded the same access to specific kinds of expertise. When examined more closely, it appears as if representation and access to expertise are only present in schools operating in wealthy counties with low child poverty.
  2. 2. Income Above Poverty Level in 1999
  3. 3. Child Poverty Rate
  4. 4. Median Family Income
  5. 5. Per Capita Income
  6. 6. Median Value of Housing Units
  7. 7. Next Generation Task Force
  8. 8. Title . . . No One Child Poverty Next Generation Taskforce
  9. 9. 09-10 Special Ed Taskforce
  10. 10. Adolescent Literacy Taskforce
  11. 11. Directors of Instruction
  12. 12. Hmmm . . . Child Poverty C&I Doctorates
  13. 13. Milwaukee Area Subset
  14. 14. Wisconsin Fund 73
  15. 15. Consolidated Map
  16. 16. Sources <ul><li>Applied Population Laboratory's </li></ul><ul><li>“Get Facts” http://www.getfacts.wisc.edu/ </li></ul><ul><li>Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction Website http://www.dpi.state.wi.us/ </li></ul>
  17. 17. Slideshare <ul><li>http://www.slideshare.net/bradfordgs/wisconsin-representation-and-access-disparity-2925819 </li></ul>
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