Did you know that there’s an election coming up? Five of nine school board seats will be vacated and only one incumbent is running. Here are some things you need to know before you cast your vote.
Twenty excited MPS students were given band and orchestra instruments by the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music in what conservatory and MPS representatives hope will be the first of many community-driven initiatives.
Parents used to ask: “Is this a safe place to come?” How the multi-sport complex at Browning Elementary School is changing perceptions and helping to build community.
A year ago today, 17 people lost their lives in the Parkland shooting in Florida. Despite calls to reform our gun laws, elected officials have exploited the issue. Now students in Milwaukee go to schools that resemble jails and criminalize students of color, a Milwaukee Public Schools student writes.
About 200 students took to the streets this week to support the Black Lives Matter movement at North Division High School. Various schools across the city are also celebrating in their own way, similar to North Division, as well as districts nationwide.
Several surrounding school districts closed Wednesday because of the weather, but MPS stayed open.
After author Richard Rothstein spoke in Milwaukee about the government’s role in segregating American cities, volunteers stepped up to create a curriculum for teaching students this forgotten history.
Tiffany Miller, a special education teacher at the Lloyd Street campus of Milwaukee College Prep, writes a positive message on the girls’ bathroom mirror every day.
A pilot program at Bruce Guadalupe Community School and Acosta Middle School that began in September is offering mental health services to students and their families in a partnership with Lutheran Social Services.
Sandra Parks was an eighth-grader at Keefe Avenue School. When she was killed, a special Milwaukee Public Schools team came in to support grieving students and help the school community start to heal.