This task force was put together by State Superintendent Tony Evers to identify classroom-centered best practices to address Wisconsin’s achievement gap. “This task force is the key to helping me address Wisconsin’s achievement gap,” Evers said. “We want to find out strategies at the classroom and school levels that these educators have found to be successful in promoting excellence for all of their students.” The group’s first meeting will be held April 9 in Madison. The Midwest Regional Comprehensive Center will facilitate the task force’s discussions. Read the full news release below.