Public education’s little “Einsteins” in a Wisconsin village
Something is radically out of whack when it costs $60,000 per year to educate grade and high school students in a public school, but school officials and other government officials continue to conjure up new ways to collect more taxes to pay for this extravagance. Here in this small, rural Wisconsin school in Port Wing there are even more problems than just the cost of educating these little Einsteins. This no-holds-barred pamphlet asks questions others seem afraid to raise.
Letterpress printed in a limited edition on Biblio paper with Copperplate paper covers. Typeset on a Linotype and hand bound in an edition of 45 copies.
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