The DRIVE program, created by the Medical College of Wisconsin, gives teens from diverse communities the opportunity to conduct research that targets public health problems.
Milwaukee Area Technical College got national TV coverage this week when PBS host Tavis Smiley highlighted its free college program that will launch in the fall.
Cymone Newton, a senior at Harold S. Vincent High School, is one of 10 high school students in Wisconsin to receive a Horatio Alger state scholarship, established to help students who have pushed through adversity afford a higher education.
Peter Drews, a Playworks coach at Hopkins Lloyd Community School, uses “game time” classes to teach leadership skills, conflict resolution and collaboration.
H2O Milwaukee Music’s Peace Propaganda Project, a 10-week music education course run by cousins Dwight and Marquis Gilbert, aims to give students an outlet for creative expression and enhance their academic success.
Alvin Watts, a sophomore at Carmen Northwest High School, was one of two U.S. high school students selected to participate in a global youth summit in Hiroshima, Japan.
Sarah Moore, a Spanish teacher at Ronald Reagan High School, has turned her personal challenges into an opportunity to help her students realize their full potential.
Bomb threats at area schools are raising questions about how school officials should communicate with parents and the community in such situations.
“Explore MKE: Your Neighborhood, Our City” will be distributed to hundreds of third-grade students across Milwaukee.
Demond Means, the Opportunity Schools Partnership Program’s recently appointed commissioner, said more funding is necessary for education in Milwaukee and the state to improve.