Disciplinary data for the month of October suggests disproportionate disciplining of Black students as the school district monitors progress as part of its 2018 settlement with the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights.
This Thanksgiving is set to be unlike any other, with large public gatherings canceled this year. But those in need still have options, and we’ve compiled a list to help.
With the release of “2020: The Vision,” Running Rebels Community Organization is stressing human connections during a time when our world has been rocked by a pandemic, protests and a nail-biter presidential election.
MPS has joined a lawsuit with over 100 other cities and school districts seeking damages from JUUL Labs Inc. and Altria Group Inc. for allegedly marketing their e-cigarette products to teens.
Though MPS’ enrollment numbers have declined steadily for years, this school year it dropped by more than 2,300 students.
Milwaukee Excellence Charter School is single-handedly more than quadrupling the number of Black students taking the Advanced Placement Computer Science Principles exam in Wisconsin.
We talk to people who tested positive for COVID-19 about their experiences and how loved ones can help.
When Dr. Terence N. Thomas died of an unexpected asthmatic attack in 1991, his family set up a scholarship fund in his name. The fund has given away $1 million to support Milwaukee youth.
Groups across Milwaukee are fundraising and offering services to ensure school-age students have access to the internet and are able to succeed during remote learning.
We talk to parents and educators about how to make a challenging school year better. Here’s what they said.