“We’re disappointed by Speaker Vos’s plan to leave Wisconsin’s indefensible prevailing wage requirement largely intact,” Eric Bott, Americans for Prosperity Wisconsin, said in a statement.Read More →
“It should be obvious that this situation is the modern-day equivalent of general warrants.”Read More →
From Pennsylvania, where a veteran educator is suing a teachers union for violating her First Amendment rights, to California, where students are suing the state for violating their right to a quality education, it’s been an interesting week in education news.Read More →
Part 2 of 2 in the series Learning to teach
By Paul Brennan | Watchdog.org
MILWAUKEE, Wis. — It’s a lesson every teacher eventually learns.
“If you cannot manage a classroom it doesn’t matter what content you are teaching because the kids aren’t going to be with you,” said Ashley Stege, program director of the Center for Urban […]
Amid an alarming homicide rate and dwindling officer morale, Milwaukee Police Chief Ed Flynn could be soon getting a contract extension.Read More →