Education


Cee and Peov Khuy of Madison are the parents of four children (left to right): Ellie, 4; Dominic, 6; Cameron, 11; and Mikayla, 13. The parents now juggle their full-time jobs and virtual learning for three of their children. (Photo provided by Cee Khuy)
No Good Options: Seven Wisconsin Families Tell Us How They’re Coping With the New School Year

The ongoing spread of the coronavirus is putting school officials, parents, and students in unique situations. Everyone is struggling to adapt.

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Teachers Demand Legislature Step Up as They Struggle to Educate Students Safely

GOP lawmakers haven’t met in more than 170 days as educators struggle with costs, connectivity, and minimizing coronavirus exposure.

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More In-Person Classes Canceled as Record COVID-19 Surge Hits Wisconsin

Oshkosh high schools and UW-River Falls cite ongoing coronavirus spread.

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La Crosse Is Latest UW Campus to Quarantine Students, Will Shift to Online Classes

Number of COVID-19 cases on campus reaches 275 in less than one week.

Officials at UW-Eau Claire  announced Wednesday they have begun testing about 3,900 students in university housing every two weeks to try to detect the virus and isolate students from infecting others. The university has received 5,300 antigen tests to start the process. (Photo by Julian Emerson)
UW-Madison Stops In-Person Classes, New COVID-19 Dashboard Tracks Growing Surge on WI Campuses

Dane County Executive says he has "deep concern," asks UW-Madison officials to send undergraduate students home.

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Campuses Open. Coronavirus Spreads. Now, Campuses May Close.

Wisconsin communities see spikes as students put the emphasis on "social" and less on "distance."

Teachers with underlying health conditions express concerns over being forced back to teach in their classrooms.  (Shutterstock image)
Teachers With Underlying Health Concerns Told to Return to School or Else

Some educators are told they still have to teach from an empty classroom, not a healthier home environment.