We talk to parents and educators about how to make a challenging school year better. Here’s what they said.
Organizations that serve youth had to get creative with programming once COVID-19 struck. Here’s what they learned—and what it may mean for the fall.
As an unprecedented school year begins, experts urge parents to check in on their kids’ mental health.
Though getting back to school looks much different this year, there are still ways to get prepared for the year in the midst of the coronavirus.
As schools reopen for the upcoming school year, we ask Milwaukee students how they feel about the fall.
Three years after MPS officials admitted to not effectively engaging students of color, school leaders continue work on a plan to address classroom inequities.
Many private and neighborhood schools have decided to start virtually as safety and logistical concerns cast a shadow over reopening plans.
Last week we asked you what questions you have about MPS’ reopening plan. Here are some answers.
Christian Family Solutions makes mental health counseling accessible for youth in 18 Milwaukee schools. “In some cases, we are these students’ last hope,” one leader says.
The school board will vote Thursday on the district’s proposal to reopen schools in the fall. Here are three things you should know about the proposal.