Sep 13th, 2016 by Edgar Mendez
Pilot computer coding class helps prepare students for tomorrow’s careers
Op-EdSep 8th, 2016 by Terry Falk
Even the theory’s biggest promoter has. But what is the alternative?
Op-EdSep 3rd, 2016 by Kathleen Vinehout
Act 10 has opened door to bidding war and smaller, poorer districts losing out.
Sep 1st, 2016 by Gretchen Schuldt
Proposed boarding school is part of Common Council’s “Public Safety Action Plan.”
Op EdAug 31st, 2016 by Terry Falk
Actually achievement hasn’t dropped. But we were never as good as we claimed.
Wisconsin BudgetAug 30th, 2016 by Tamarine Cornelius
In real dollars state support of UW System has plummeted by one-third since 2001.
Op-EdAug 26th, 2016 by Mark Spreitzer
Ron Johnson’s ideas for schools would lead to less learning, less critical thinking, less global competitiveness.
Op-EdAug 25th, 2016 by Jennifer Shilling
Legislation would allow students to refinance debt, but Republicans side with Wall Street banks.
Murphy’s LawAug 23rd, 2016 by Bruce Murphy
NAACP declares opposition and is criticized by charter supporters like Howard Fuller.
Wisconsin BudgetAug 16th, 2016 by Tamarine Cornelius
Even with benefits, they earn 11% less. And the gap is growing.
Op-EdAug 8th, 2016 by Kathleen Vinehout
Portion of local schools funding coming from state has plummeted since mid-1990s.
Jul 31st, 2016 by Amelia Jones
United Way hosts the largest single-day volunteer event in greater Milwaukee.