Now is the time for Milwaukee families to choose a kindergarten or Head Start program to start their 3-, 4- or 5-year olds on the path to success.
Milwaukee Public Schools continues to make progress as shown on the 2016-17 Wisconsin District Report Card, increasing its overall score slightly as compared to the 2015-16 report card.
It’s an event 170 years in the making.
his fall, Milwaukee Public Schools is launching the new Department of Black and Latino Male Achievement to address the disparities in academic and life outcomes for Black and Latino boys and young men.
Dr. Darienne Driver, Superintendent of Milwaukee Public Schools, becomes chair of the Council of the Great City Schools‘ Board of Directors for a one-year term effective July 1.
Milwaukee Public Schools announced another record-breaking number of scholarship dollars offered to students.
Auer Avenue Community School, located on Milwaukee’s near north side, is proud to announce it will be celebrating its 105th anniversary on Saturday, May 6, 2017.
The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction just announced 16 Milwaukee Public Schools as Title I School of Recognition honorees for the 2016-17 academic year, an honor that recognizes success in educating students from low-income families.
More than 200 graduating seniors, 100 teachers and 16 principals have been selected to receive honors and monetary awards this year from the Herb Kohl Foundation.
Washington High School of Information Technology is celebrating two teams that will advance to state championships this year – the boys’ basketball team and the chess team.