Parents, teachers and anyone else interested in learning more about the district's 4-year-old kindergarten program is invited.
While hundreds of Dane County students left school Friday to join a walkout to protest about gun violence and gun control, others stood literally or figuratively on a soapbox to speak about these and other issues.
John McAdams’ lawsuit may be about his employment contract, but its free speech issues caught the interest of academic and business groups.
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Money to hire professors in ethnic studies, build project honoring those who fought prejudice is promised in response to report on historic racism on campus.
UW-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank also said two campus public spaces could be stripped of the names of two alumni who, as UW-Madison students, belonged to a group that bore the "Klan" label.
Known as SPIRIT Day, the annual event brought 263 Memorial students to seven elementary and middle schools in the Madison School District Thursday.
A harrowing real-life tale about the demise of the Great Lakes has been chosen as the next book in the Go Big Read series of campus-wide book reading at UW-Madison.
The committee was set Wednesday to consider the plan, which was approved by the UW System Board of Regents in December.
By the time Simms left Lincoln, there were more staff of color in the halls, more parents at parent-teacher conferences and a sunnier morale, accomplishments all listed on the awards she received as Wisconsin Elementary Principal of the Year in 1992.
Entrepreneurs, mentors and educators talk about how to make the city's tech economy a more inclusive one on the latest episode of Cap Times Talks.
A brightly colored food truck will rotate among the high schools in the Madison School District at lunchtime to offer students a popular way to grab lunch with locally sourced food.
Through a facility in Villager Mall, area residents can participate or enroll in educational, health and legal support programs.