The governor's budget could be a "quandary" for schools.
Part of Governor Doyle's budget proposal would eliminate caps on teacher salaries. Todd Berry of the Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance says that could lead to funding problems for many school districts. Berry says they may have to cut other spending to keep up with rising salaries, especially if revenue caps remain in place.
Doyle is talking about giving schools a way out of revenue caps at some point, but that's not in his budget bill.
Berry also predicts school property taxes will be going up around seven-percent for each of the next two years.