Education


Sheila Briggs Announces Run For State Superintendent
Sheila Briggs Announces Run For State Superintendent

The state’s current assistant superintendent is hoping to move up a seat.

Bowman Hall on the campus of University of Wisconsin–Stout
No Matter What Happens, Schools Will Look Different This Fall

Schools and universities try to plan for online learning, in-person social distancing, and no loss in quality of learning.

WI School Budget Cuts Are Coming. Here's What You Can Expect.
WI School Budget Cuts Are Coming

Educators preparing for how to again find ways to do more for less.

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Why Obama’s 2020 Commencement Speech Means So Much to High School Seniors

Obama’s office acknowledged that requests for him to speak played a role in his decision to address graduating seniors.

Drive-Ins Are Making a Comeback – For Graduations
Drive-Ins Are Making a Comeback – For Graduations

Known as places to get really close, they're also the right size for social distancing an entire high school class

Jill Underly, superintendent of the Pecatonica School District, is running for State Superintendent of Public Instruction.
Jill Underly Announces Candidacy For State Superintendent

Underly is superintendent of rural Pecatonica Area School District with 20 years of experience ranging from teacher to positions with UW-Madison, DPI

Washington High School was one of Milwaukee's five polling places open on April 7. The city's voters overwhelmingly approved a recurring $87 million referendum to improve Milwaukee Public Schools. Across the state, Wisconsinites approved more than 90 percent of school referenda on ballots this month, totaling more than $1.7 billion.
Wisconsin Voters Say Yes to Higher Taxes to Make Up for State’s Failure to Fund Schools

April 7 was a bad day for public health but a good day for public education