如今与学生的教育差距扩大了。也就是说，一个地区的教育质量在很大程度上取决于该地区。威斯康星是一个很好的例子，说明需要做更多的工作，不仅是为了让学生有更好的机会去不同的、更好的地区，还可以改善“坏”地区的学校。根据AOL每日财务研究所收集的数据，美国前25名表现最差的学校中有3所（包括前2名中的5所）在密尔沃基（每日金融）。这是很难相信，考虑到上每日野兽排名55的威斯康星学校在前500名的国家中最高的平均ACT分数，平均AP／IB /制造得分和在这类课程的学生数量。这包括我就读的高中，在密尔沃基的一个郊区叫Brookfield，作为排名最高的学校在威斯康星230（Daily Beast）。关于如何帮助改善手头的问题，出现了一些问题。我提出了一个解决办法，这不是简单的，但也许，随着时间的推移，它可以成功地建立必要的变化，使密尔沃基的学校走出可怕的状态，他们目前在。首先，为学生提供更多的项目，使他们能够接受他们应得的教育，我们开始解决这个问题。这只是一个暂时的解决办法，因为真正的答案是解决密尔沃基学校制度的问题。开放注册和喜欢它的系统允许学生能够克服障碍，把他们在生活中他们目前生活贫困的密尔沃基地区，目前在密尔沃基和其他城市的地区存在诸如开放入学政策，教育券计划并试图帮助改善全州态度教育磁石学校。开放入学是家长选择在学区以外的学校招收孩子的选择。代金券计划为低收入家庭提供补助，让他们的孩子能够上私立学校。磁铁是那些专门从事某些课程的人，以便为上学的学生准备一份他们渴望从事的工作。所有这些都是有益于那些因为生活环境而不能得到良好教育的学生。在这些地区享有特权的儿童往往是优秀的学生，但由于缺乏机会、动力和资源，他们屈服于周围环境。2012八月的“工程结算所”进行的一项研究发现，密尔沃基地区的学生被授予私立学校的代金券，其成绩明显优于从未离开过公立学校的学生（工作组4）。阅读水平对7, 8年级学生的wkce 10表明学生们远比同龄学生在密尔沃基公立学校系统（什么工程结算1）。在德克萨斯的另一项研究表明，9年级和10名学生表现出较好的考试成绩和数学以及比同龄学生，永远离开了他们的社区高等学校出勤率（马洛尼12）。到目前为止（大部分情况下）只有好的东西来自程序。
The educational gap with students nowadays is only broadening. That is to say that the quality of education among districts in a region varies immensely depending on the district. Wisconsin is a prime example of how more needs to be done, not only to allow for better opportunities for students to attend different, better districts but also to improve the schools in the “bad” districts. According to data gathered in a study by AOL’s Daily finance 3 of the top 25 worst performing schools in America (including 2 of the top 5) are in Milwaukee (Daily Finance). This is hard to believe considering last The Daily Beast ranks 55 Wisconsin schools among the top 500 in the nation in terms of highest average ACT scores, Average AP/IB/AICE scores and amount of students in these types of courses. This includes the high school I attended, in a suburb of Milwaukee called Brookfield, as the highest ranked school in Wisconsin at 230 (Daily Beast). Questions begin to arise as to what can be done to help improve the problem at hand. I propose a solution that will not be simple but perhaps, with time, it can be successful in instituting the change necessary to bring Milwaukee Schools out of the horrid state they’re currently in. By first imposing more programs for students to be able to receive the education they deserve we begin to solve the problem. This would only be a temporary solution as the real answer would be one that addresses improving the Milwaukee school systems. Open enrollment and systems like it allow for students to be able to overcome the hurdles put up for them in the lives they currently live poor Milwaukee neighborhoods.Currently in Milwaukee and other cities in the area there exists programs such as open enrollment policies, voucher programs and magnet schools in an attempt to help improve education in a statewide manner. Open enrollment is the option for parents to enroll their children in schools outside of their district. Voucher programs give low-income families grants for their children to be able to attend private schools. Magnet are those that specialize in certain classes so as to prepare those who attend the school for a certain line of work that they aspire to be in. All these are beneficial to those students who would otherwise not be able to get a good education because of where they live. Under privileged children from these areas could often be stellar students, but due to lack of opportunity, motivation and resources, they succumb to their surroundings. A study conducted by the What Works Clearing house in August of 2012 found that Milwaukee area students who were given vouchers for private schools significantly outperformed their counterparts who never left the public school from where they lived (What Works Clearing House 4). The reading levels on the WKCE of students in grades 7, 8 and 10 showed that the students were far ahead of those students of the same age in the Milwaukee Public school system (What Works Clearing House 1). Another study in Texas showed that grade 9 and 10 students showed better test scores and math as well as higher school attendance than the students of the same age that never left their neighborhoods (Maloney 12). So far (for the most part) only good things have come from program.