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In 2011, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker signed a controversial piece of legislation known as Act 10. The bill restricted collective bargaining to base wages, required annual recertification for bargaining unit representation, and raised teacher contribution rates to the state pension and health care systems. Many observers predicted these changes would devastate the teacher workforce in Wisconsin.

Preliminary research shows a different outcome.

After Wisconsin’s Act 10

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