Op-EdMay 31st, 2016 by John Torinus
New $120 million athletics research center may have more economic impact than Bucks arena.
Wisconsin BudgetMay 31st, 2016 by Jon Peacock
Wisconsin cut higher education by more than all but one state in America.
May 31st, 2016 by James Ragen
Boys & Girls Clubs college access program sends 80 students to college in 2016.
The State of PoliticsMay 23rd, 2016 by Steven Walters
Walker and legislators double down: they won’t restore UW cuts or tenure protection.
May 23rd, 2016 by Sophia Boyd
Stellar Collegiate Charter School, chartered by UWM, will serve pre-school and first grade.
May 21st, 2016 by Jabril Faraj
They demand specifics; Demond Means denies he will “takeover” failing schools.
Murphy’s LawMay 19th, 2016 by Bruce Murphy
The lessons of former MPS superintendent Gregory Thornton’s firing in Baltimore.
Op-EdMay 19th, 2016 by Richard R. Pieper, Sr.
Three Wisconsin schools are models of such excellence.
Op-EdMay 18th, 2016 by Jennifer Shilling, Dave Hansen and Julie Lassa
Democratic plan lets college grads refinance debt and lower debt, as with mortgages.
Op-EdMay 17th, 2016 by William L. Holahan and Charles O. Kroncke
No confidence vote warns public: the UWM you knew will be lost.
Op-EdMay 16th, 2016 by Caroline Levine
UW-Madison English Department Chair among six department professors leaving for better pay.
May 13th, 2016 by Tamarine Cornelius
Percent of state education dollars to poorer school districts has steadily declined since 2006.