The vote comes after the school board voted twice last month against requiring masks amid a nationwide surge of the Delta COVID-19 variant.
With school barely back in session, hundreds of kids and staff are already COVID-positive or quarantined across Wisconsin.
Letter offers a thinly veiled warning about running amok of federal investigations into school mask bans and the Americans With Disabilities Act's equal education policy.
With the school year just around the corner and COVID-19 cases surging, medical experts say it’s key to require masks in schools.
You asked us, so we asked the experts.
UW System president, former Gov. Thompson, says the proposal is “the biggest threat to in-person classes.”
Wisconsin faces a $4.4 billion surplus over the next three years, but Republicans are providing just a $128 million school funding boost. Evers proposed $1.6 billion.