By Jeff Simpson
In a little read puff piece, by WPRI stenographer Sunny Schubert, Tonette Walker had this to say about the Madison School District:
Then the protests erupted, and Scott’s mother volunteered to move in with the boys so they could stay in Wauwatosa. “If they had been in a Madison school, it wouldn’t have been very nice for them,” she adds. “They didn’t sign up for this job.”
What exactly was that based on? Does she have any examples of the Madison Metropolitian School District and/or the Madison administrators, teachers and support staff being anything but professional in the way they deal with the children in their district?
To say that the professional staff of the MMSD, who have dedicated their whole lives to making sure ALL kids get a chance in life and a quality education would unequivocally treat her kids any different than anyone else in their classes is beyond the pale.
**Tonette Walker owes an apology to every employee in the Madison School District.**
Also, one last little tidbit from the interview(I read it so you dont have too):
“It makes me sick — and very, very sad. I’ve heard people say that they still won’t speak to their cousin or that they lost a good friend over the recall, and it hurts to hear that.”
I wonder where that divisiveness comes from?