Parents of Milwaukee Public Schools students report widespread problems with bus transportation this year.
Community leaders rally to provide supplies for MPS students and teachers to beat the heat. But they call for a permanent solution for buildings without air-conditioning.
About 60 young people met every weekday for six weeks this summer to generate ideas for improving educational outcomes for young Black males. Here is what they came up with.
Yes, these high school graduates are accomplished academics. But that’s just the beginning of who they are.
The Milwaukee Board of School Directors is meeting Thursday to potentially adopt both a proposed MPS operating budget of $1.3 billion and a supplemental budget of $382 million in federal stimulus. Here is what you need to know.
After we published the story about how many Black Wisconsin residents struggle with high student loan debt, several readers had questions about how the debt for Clint Myrick, a University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee alum, was able to reach $152,039.
The real difference comes in the proportion of those loans that are in default. In ZIP codes where most residents are people of color, 21% of the loans are in default, compared to just 6% in majority-white areas.
Aisha Carr, who lived outside Milwaukee Public Schools’ District 4 while running for the school board, has moved into the district and begun her term on time.
Here’s an overview of what the state superintendent does and why this race matters.
Aisha Carr and Dana Kelley are both running to represent a school board district that they do not live in. Both candidates say they plan to move to District 4 as soon as possible.