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State Rep. Dale Kooyenga is ready to consider drastic measures to reform Milwaukee Public Schools after the resignation of Opportunity Schools Partnership Program Commissioner Demond Means. “We’ll go back to the drawing board. We’ll see if we can improve on the current plan or something different altogether,” Kooyenga said in an interview. “That could include […]Read More →
In most Washington, D.C., neighborhoods, students typically do not have to travel far to attend a charter school. But a new study shows they will if they have to. A new report released by the D.C. Public Charter School Board found that students traveled 2.1 miles on average to attend charter schools in the 2015-16 […]Read More →
“We would hope that he (Chris Abele) learned a lesson: That if you’re going to cozy up to the Milwaukee Public Schools, nothing is going to happen.”Read More →
WILL also criticized the lack of transparency by MPS and Means for closed-door negotiations regarding a possible compromise on the OSPP, and MPS’ unresponsiveness to an open records request by WILL.Read More →
“Unless LAUSD does a better job of preparing its students for college, how meaningful is a college savings account for badly prepared students?” Izumi asked.Read More →
MADISON, Wis. — The Madison Metropolitan School District voted Monday night to require teachers and other staff members to contribute to their health care premiums to offset a 2.7 percent increase in insurance costs for the school district. Teachers will be contributing 3 percent of their premium costs to help cover the $1.6 million gap. Other staff […]Read More →