Schools will emphasize phonics and administer more testing in grades K-3 to improve literacy.
Wisconsin lets public schools reject applications of students with disabilities who seek transfers across district lines — a form of exclusion courts have upheld.
Many taxpayer-funded ‘choice’ schools in Wisconsin have anti-LGBTQ+ policies, often justified by Christian beliefs. And there’s little the state can do about it.
The state Department of Public Instruction says it has no legal authority to force private taxpayer-funded schools to accommodate students with disabilities
Often, people assume that dyslexia is just mixing up letters such as “b” and “d.” It can be that for some people, but that’s not the only symptom.
Industry experts and child care providers say effectively addressing needs will require the efforts of government, employers and families.
Langlade County, where Antigo is located, is a child care desert: an area either without child care or where there’s fewer than one slot per three children.
Dozens of voucher schools have policies that allow them to exclude LGBTQ+ students or those with disabilities. In many cases, it’s legal.
Private schools that accept taxpayer-funded vouchers have different rules from public schools.
The Markup found the state’s decade-old dropout prediction algorithms don’t work and may be negatively influencing how educators perceive students of color
A nearly 30-year ban on the use of federal grant money by incarcerated students will end this summer.
A new survey of University of Wisconsin System students has found that most respondents are afraid to express their views about controversial topics in class out of fear other students won’t agree or it could hurt their grades.