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Hip-hop education summit creates new beat to learning

The beat of melodies and rhymes is a sound that's catching the attention of hundreds of classrooms across the nation.

Beloit students learning construction skills while helping kids read

Students at Beloit Memorial High School are using their skills to help kids read.

State: Nearly 34,000 kids get private school vouchers

Nearly 34,000 Wisconsin students have enrolled in the state's voucher school subsidy program this year.

Powder puff game sends player to hospital

A Madison West high school student is recovering after a powder puff football game over the weekend.

Janesville could pay $75K to teacher accused of being drunk on field trip

The Janesville City Council is scheduled to decide whether to approve a $75,000 settlement with a former teacher who was accused of being drunk on a field trip.

Seattle teachers take a powerful #BLM stand

Seattle teachers Black Lives Matter

Thousands of Seattle teachers made for an inspiring sight when they wore Black Lives Matter shirts en masse to reinforce their commitment to black students in…

Milton residents to vote on $87 million referendum to improve schools

Voters in Milton will soon head to the polls to vote on an $87 million capital referendum for the School District of Milton.

UW-Madison police break ground on station expansion

A project to more than double the size of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Police Department’s headquarters has officially broken ground, according to a…

Pennsylvania strike affects 100,000 university students

West Chester U sign

An association representing faculty at 14 state universities in Pennsylvania said its members are on strike following heated negotiations over wages and…

Less than half of tested students proficient or advanced

New results from the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction show less than half of public and private school students taking the new statewide test are…

Students are graduating with $30,000 in loans

Student loans

College grads left school with more debt in 2015 than they ever have before.

Wisconsin has largest white-black graduation gap in nation

Mortar board, tassel

Wisconsin has the widest high school graduation rate gap between white and black students in the nation.


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