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Supreme Court takes up effort to block school closures in Racine

The Wisconsin Supreme Court has given the Racine public health department until 4 p.m. on Monday to respond to a petition by School Choice...

Hybrid education may not work According to some experts could be...

Keith Posley, Milwaukee’s school superintendent, proposed at a special October 27 school board meeting that the board consider the possibility of using a hybrid...

UW Football set to return after getting ‘handle’ on COVID-19 outbreak

The University of Wisconsin football team expects to be back on the field this weekend after two games were cancelled due to an outbreak...

Badger football game canceled due to COVID-19 outbreak

The University of Wisconsin football team was forced to cancel its game scheduled for Saturday against Nebraska after a number of players and staff...

School districts are running out of teachers in the pandemic Like...

Whiplash from continual opening and closing of schools is what the Oak Creek Franklin school district wanted to avoid. But whiplash is what it...

Report details how racism divided Burlington in the wake of Black...

In August, after the police shooting of Jacob Blake started a protest movement in Kenosha, a fourth grade teacher in Burlington, Melissa Statz, heard...

Badgers kick off season amid statewide spike in COVID-19

Wisconsin football kicked off its season Friday night against the University of Illinois as health officials and city leaders worried about the potential spike...

UW campus police start Twitter fight with student

The UW-Madison Police Department is facing blowback from students after issuing a tweet Monday morning criticizing the personal beliefs of the chair of UW-Madison...

Parents just want kids in school On-again off-again in-person instruction as...

Update: On Monday Oconto Falls school district announced classes will be virtual until Nov. 1 for grades 2-12. So far, 30 staff members are...

DeVos won’t appeal decision against public schools having to share CARES...

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos won’t appeal a court ruling that annuls an interim final department rule requiring K-12 public schools to share federal CARES...
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