The Milwaukee Public Schools still has a state-mandated contract with the Milwaukee Police Department. Here’s what it does.
Members of our community offer their congratulations, inspiration and wisdom to the Class of 2020.
MPS has ended all but one contract with the Milwaukee Police Department. Here’s what you need to know.
Many of these young people would have been labeled “troubled” or written off just a few years ago. Now they are valedictorians, community builders and inspirations to everyone around them.
The Black Educators Caucus MKE is urging MPS to end its contracts with the Milwaukee Police Department, saying the district is “complicit in the perpetuation of the very institutional racism that recent marches, rallies, and uprisings were all about.”
On Thursday night, the Milwaukee Board of School Directors will meet virtually to vote on Superintendent Keith Posley’s proposed budget for the 2020-2021 school year.
This year’s graduating class will miss out on milestones such as in-person graduations and proms. We talk to three high school seniors about how the coronavirus is affecting their lives.
Schools may be closed, but these Milwaukee teachers are finding creative ways to connect with their young charges.
From livestream Q&As, virtual chess lessons, contests for academic computer programs and weekly phone check-ins, Milwaukee’s youth-serving nonprofit organizations are adapting to closures and finding new ways to support young people.
Students from kindergarten to 12th grade were asked to speak on “Your life has significance” as part of the annual King Day observances at the Marcus Performing Arts Center.