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When State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Evers said in his state of education address at the Capitol last week that part of the cause of teacher shortages in Wisconsin is how much they’re being paid, he left out a few salient facts. “From 2009 to 2014, Wisconsin ranked near the bottom for change in teacher […]Read More →
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Evers says Wisconsin schools need more money. His critics say he should spend less time worrying about funding and more time working to overhaul a failing system. In his annual state of education address last week, Evers said, “each year that we kick the can down the road instead of […]Read More →
“We want to make sure the first question [teachers] ask and the last question they ask is what’s best for the students,” Cochran said.Read More →
“It’s important that stories like the ones in ‘The Founders’ are told, and more important that they are shared, as reminder of what is possible when we put children first.”Read More →
A new study has shown that, contrary to popular belief, it may actually benefit younger students to share a school with their older peers.Read More →