Results tagged with 'Schools'
Published Jan. 19, 2018
For committed students who are interested in studying business with a high emphasis on ethics, Concordia University Wisconsin offers a unique program that provides selected incoming freshmen an opportunity to earn their bachelor's and master's degrees in business administration in four years instead of the six or more it would otherwise take - and they get to do it for the price of just one degree.
Published Jan. 18, 2018
Today, Superintendent Dr. Darienne Driver, in a video posted on the district website, said a plan being discussed to move all of the district's 150-plus schools to one early-start calendar, will not move forward for the 2018-19 school year.
Published Jan. 3, 2018
Milwaukee Public Schools and TCF National Bank (TCF Bank) have been partnering for the third year to collect mittens for children who need them and they've announced that the collection period is being extended.
Published Dec. 23, 2017
South Siders are looking forward to welcoming students, educators and administrators from Cristo Rey Jesuit High School, which recently purchased a former Pick 'n Save at 1818 W. National Ave., Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports.
Published Dec. 22, 2017
The Public Policy Forum's annual analysis of data from southeast Wisconsin's public school districts finds progress on some college readiness indicators and largely positive showings on district report cards.
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July 22, 2013by Michael J. Petrilli and Michelle GiningerThe Thomas B. Fordham InstituteWisconsin governor Scott Walker has been called a lot of things over the past two years; many of these epithets are unprintable in this family-friendly publication. But according to a new Fordham report, he de...
Opportunities Lost in Milwaukee
Statement of Alderman Bob Donovan
December 16, 2009
During its special session today in Madison, the Wisconsin Legislature chose to delay action on historic legislation that would give Milwaukee’s mayor the power to appoint the superintendent ...
As I start my first beginning of the school year, I wonder why the uproar about the mayor taking over? I am fully aware of the impending accountability of teaching 4th grade and the high pressure testing that my students will encounter. Yet, I am short on textbooks, I have outdated and incomplete...
This column appears in the March 11 edition of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.Sports fans do it from their seats. Millions do it to help choose the next "American Idol." President Barack Obama even used it to give supporters the scoop on his choice for a running mate. ...
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