American Education Week is underway, and those who work with Wisconsin school libraries are highlighting the value they provide to students.
More than a third of schools nationwide don’t have a full-time nurse on-site, according to a 2021 survey by the National Association of School Nurses. The schools that don’t have a dedicated nurse either share one with other campuses, or don’t have one at all.
Not a moment too soon, the University of Wisconsin-Madison has chosen a paradigm-shifting book on truth, persuasion and social change for its 2023-2024 Go Big Read common reading program.
A lawsuit filed last week with the Wisconsin Supreme Court challenging the constitutionality of taxpayer-funded private schools does not mince words.
Wisconsin education leaders are reacting to a budget deal that provides some extra funding to public schools but also increases support for private school vouchers.
Democratic lawmakers and Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul are criticizing the Legislature’s budget committee for rejecting new funds for the Office of School Safety.
Republican lawmakers are proposing to remove certain books from schools and prosecute school staff who allow students to access materials deemed inappropriate.
It’s that time of year again. Parents are sharing sign-up sheets, volunteering to bring flowers, cards and breakfast treats to their kids’ schools.
More than half of Wisconsin child care providers in a new survey say they’ll have to raise tuition without continued state support next year, and more than one in 10 say they might have to shut down.
Latino youth in middle and high school have a lower sense of belonging at school and in the community overall when compared with white peers.