The ContrarianSep 19th, 2019 by George Mitchell
All the news about public school test scores, very little about voucher students.
Eyes on MilwaukeeSep 18th, 2019 by Jeramey Jannene
Voucher high school will move from suburban West Milwaukee to Clarke Square.
Sep 18th, 2019 by Corri Hess
To reduce “sticker shock,” Kenosha college will cut tuition from $45,100 to $31,500.
Sep 17th, 2019 by Corri Hess
U.S. Education Secretary visits St. Marcus Lutheran School, promotes $5 billion federal plan for private schools.
The EducatorSep 16th, 2019 by Terry Falk
Shrinking population, open enrollment, other factors threaten state's smaller districts.
Sep 12th, 2019 by Bruce Murphy
$251 million is highest fund drive ever; endowment grows by 74%.
Op EdSep 12th, 2019 by State Sen. Jon Erpenbach
Long-term school funding, teacher experience, student test scores are all down.
Sep 11th, 2019 by Rich Kremer
8% drop in system’s faculty over three year period while number of administrators grew 3.5%.
Sep 10th, 2019 by Rich Kremer
To avoid tuition hike, 24 employees laid off, 49 vacancies won’t be filled.
Sep 4th, 2019 by Laurel White
Would bring more minority teachers to 20 additional school districts.
Aug 30th, 2019 by Graham Kilmer
The governor lauds freshwater programs, promises state funding for them.
Op EdAug 28th, 2019 by Michael Rosen and Charlie Dee
Walker opened door to abuse. Evers has reinstated the Educational Approval Board.