Parents are hungry for schools where opportunity abounds — where kids are taught to lead lives of purpose for the good of their families, their communities and their futures.
Yet, it’s difficult to create that opportunity when Wisconsin students are so inequitably funded. Students attending choice schools are funded at 60% the value of their public-school counterparts, meaning schools must spend time and energy raising funds in order to provide the quality education that every child deserves.
So, instead of playing favorites, why not fund what should matter most to everybody in the Badger State? Students and the lives of purpose they choose to create.
This video tells the story of how Kingdom Prep Lutheran High School is instilling purpose and character in young men in Milwaukee.
For more on the educational opportunities made possible by school choice at places like Kingdom Prep, read Patrick McIlheran’s viewpoint, What parents need to save their sons. For more from parents and students across the state embracing the freedom to choose the best education, see our entire collection of Choice Stories.