Optometrists, opticians, and volunteers from Wisconsin Vision, the Milwaukee Teachers’ Education Association, and Milwaukee Public Schools will provide eye exams to more than 90 students at Clarke St. School and more than 100 students at Zablocki Elementary who did not pass vision screenings last month.
Board names Dr. Keith Posley MPS Superintendent
Longtime educator puts renewed focus on the classroom.
Right Wisconsin: No regrets for referring to MPS students as “…little convicts being sent to the penitentiary.”
In comments made today on WTMJ radio’s Steve Scaffidi Show, Jim Wigderson, editor of Right Wisconsin, said he doesn’t regret referring to Milwaukee Public Schools’ students as “…little convicts being sent to the penitentiary” in a recent Right Wisconsin post.
MPS career fair offers rewarding opportunities for teachers, paraprofessionals, and other key district staff
MPS career fair offers rewarding opportunities for teachers, paraprofessionals, and other key district staff.
MPS Board adopts 2018-19 budget
The Milwaukee Board of School Directors approved a $1.2 billion budget for the 2018-19 school year.
Milwaukee Board of School Directors selects interim superintendent
Dr. Keith P. Posley, a 27-year veteran of Milwaukee Public Schools, with extensive school-based and district leadership experience, has been named interim Superintendent of Milwaukee Public Schools by the Milwaukee Board of School Directors.
Families encouraged to explore kindergarten now
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.
MPS shows slight improvement on latest state report card
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.
MPS Foundation inspires alumni to ‘Leave a Legacy’ with inaugural dinner and awards ceremony event
It’s an event 170 years in the making.
MPS launches new Black & Latino Male Achievement Department
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.
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