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Madison School District administration blocked survey of teachers on school-based police

Chris Rickert | Wisconsin State JournalMay 26, 2019

Amid a contentious two-year debate over whether the Madison School District should continue contracting with the city to station one police officer in each of its four main high schools, district administrators blocked a survey aimed at gauging whether high school staff wanted the officers to stay.

The four-question survey was created by the National Police Foundation and offered to the district by the Madison Police Department, which was encouraged by an outside consultant in 2017 to collect feedback from the groups it serves, including the schools.

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