Read between the lines here.
...In a letter Friday, a U.S. Department of Education official told State Superintendent Carolyn Stanford Taylor that action taken Thursday by the Legislature's budget-writing committee puts at risk $1.5 billion in federal pandemic aid for schools.
The Republican-controlled Joint Finance Committee dedicated $128 million in new funding for K-12 schools and set aside $350 million in a separate fund that GOP lawmakers said would be used for schools but was not yet appropriated as such. ...
...That means Wisconsin has fallen short in meeting a $387 million K-12 spending threshold in order to receive the pandemic aid under federal rules that require state officials to spend about 35% of state funds on schools. ...
"Federal rules" written by the single largest Democrat campaign contributors: the teachers.
Robin Vos should tell the Feds to go pound sand. School spending is the largest component of Wisconsin budgets, and despite a serious slide in students over the last decade (-41,600+), Wisconsin "conservative" legislators continue to spend more, more, more on schools--with less, less, less in academic results to show for it.
The teachers' unions are cancers in need of starvation treatment.