When you see Scott Walker haul out "transparency," it's a cue and clue to look further since something is likely being withheld, twisted or double-talked .
This time, it's his having crafted a budget that expands public, taxpayer support of private voucher schools but, through a budget veto action, directs state officials to withhold release of those schools' individual performance data until some later date at which all such schools' data is released.
Walker says he he created this procedure in the name of "transparency."
Governor blocks early release of performance records of individual schools
"I am partially vetoing this section because I object to the selective release of portions of student information, which erodes the goals of consistency and transparency related to data surrounding parental choice programs," Walker wrote in his veto message to lawmakers.Two other examples here of Walker's transparently obfuscatory uses of "transparency."
Spoiler alert: the performance of his much-troubled jobs' agency WEDC, which he chairs, and his County Executive tenure are involved.