Education

How to make virtual instruction work The head of Wisconsin Virtual...

Dawn Nordine has been the executive director of Wisconsin Virtual School for the last 18 years. If there is one person who has the...

Supreme Court asked to throw out the order that closed Dane...

The same law firm that recently asked the Wisconsin Supreme Court to overturn Gov. Tony Evers’ statewide mask order has filed an emergency petition...

Thompson says he’s a ‘visionary’ who can solve UW System’s problems

UW System interim president Tommy Thompson said he believes campuses can reopen safely amid the COVID-19 pandemic and that he can wrangle the Republican-led...

‘Let’s just feed our kids’: Advocates press to extend federal aid...

WASHINGTON — School nutrition leaders are calling on the federal government to extend a summer meals program to support hungry kids as schools reopen...

School districts rethink reopening classrooms this fall Oak Creek changes its...

Many Wisconsin school districts planned to reopen this fall with a traditional schedule. Now some of those districts are rethinking that decision. Oak Creek...

School vouchers, Black Lives Matter and democracy

When a Milwaukee voucher school recently posted its opposition to the Black Lives Matter movement’s support of LGBTQ rights, the ensuing controversy lifted the...

Will teachers go back? The Wisconsin Education Association Council issues grades...

“F” is the grade given to the Oak Creek – Franklin school district for their plans to reopen school this fall. This district received...

Teacher anxiety soars as districts grapple with back-to-school decisions Address teacher...

Teachers were feeling stressed out even before the pandemic began, and their anxieties have exploded as lawmakers and school leaders debate whether to launch...

Wisconsin public universities get $32 million for testing as fall semester...

Wisconsin’s colleges and universities are preparing to bring students back to campus next month after ending the spring semester virtually due to COVID-19, but...

Evers says schools will make their own decisions for the fall...

Gov. Tony Evers reiterated Tuesday that he has no plans to issue a statewide order forbidding schools from holding in-person classes this fall, despite...
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