PBS NewsHour

School concerns spur passions in Wisconsin governor's race

Clip: 09/25/2018 | 7m 48s

In Wisconsin's race for governor, 40 percent of voters say education is their first or second most important concern. The Republican incumbent, Gov. Scott Walker, is squaring off against the state’s longtime superintendent of schools, Tony Evers. Polls indicate the race is too close to call. Special correspondent Lisa Stark of Education Week reports.

Aired: 09/25/18

Rating: NR

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