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In response to falling standards, former Mequon-Thiensville school board member launches charter school
Who wins and who loses?
May 25, 2022aStudent debt forgiveness schemes are both inefficient and unfair policies for helping low-income families.
Kids are reaping the consequences of school shutdowns
Alumni also express concerns about debt and the value of their degrees
Tax data shows which state universities better promote graduates’ upward mobility
Carmen Bell gives high marks to the Milwaukee high school that her daughter Naomi graduated from last year. Ask why, and she starts with phrases you’ve heard before.
An open embrace of spiritual values in choice schools builds better citizens
Kids are the ultimate losers when this reality is ignored.
In Burlington, as elsewhere, families wake up to a revolution being inflicted on children.
Scaring taxpayers about school choice income limits is arrogant.
The full presentation of “Critical Race Theory and the Miseducation of America’s Youth” presented by the Center for the American Experiment and the Badger Institute.
The polling shows more and more parents want that opportunity for their kids – and more and more other Wisconsinites believe the right thing to do is to give it to them now.
The estimate by the Department of Public Instruction of potential added costs to property tax payers from opening Wisconsin’s school choice programs to families of all income levels is deeply flawed.
Governor’s veto lays bare the doubletalk of the CRT crowd.
Unless kids are killed or maimed, gun battles at school are just police blotter items.
Milwaukee Public Schools are closed again, further depriving students of the classroom instruction they desperately need.
If you’ve recently filled out a school admission form, read a story in the local paper, or listened to a white politician talk about Latinos, then you may have heard the term Latinx.
The fury of parents aimed at local school boards across the country was stoked this week by a government whistleblower who says the FBI set up a system to begin tracking those angry exchanges at the direction of Attorney General Merrick Garland
Gov. Evers wants to use $100 million in COVID funding to underwrite a ‘fund of funds’
Bob Woodson — the Black, onetime civil rights activist who stresses time and again that poor, Black people can be agents of their own uplift — has this bit that he does when speaking to largely white audiences.