Doyle wants enrollment limits for online schools
The future of Wisconsin's online schools was put back in jeopardy Tuesday, after Gov. Jim Doyle insisted on new enrollment limits.
Doyle also said he wants a study, to find out if students are getting the same quality of education they'd get in an actual classroom.
At first, senators rejected the change by one vote Tuesday. But Sen. Tim Carpenter, D-Milwaukee, later changed his vote so the measure would pass.