Schimel said Wednesday he was open to discussing ways to change state law to keep people making credible threats away from schools.
MATC will break ground on a new campus on the corner of South Park Street and West Badger Road in June, and the new campus should be open in time for the fall 2019 semester.
UW-Madison's Badger Ready program will give adults who dropped out due to poor grades or family obligations another chance at getting their degrees.
The annual pilgrimage of sunburst chairs from storage to the shore of Lake Mendota will be Tuesday.
Parents, teachers and anyone else interested in learning more about the district's 4-year-old kindergarten program is invited.
Two lawmakers critical of UW-Extension's decision to not replace ag agents at critical time for farmers
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.
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.
Earlise Ward, an associate professor in the School of Nursing, will take over as head of the center next January.
McFarland School District Superintendent Andrew Briddell confirmed a student was injured at school recently.
The committee was set Wednesday to consider the plan, which was approved by the UW System Board of Regents in December.
Two UW-Madison juniors have been selected as recipients of the prestigious Barry Goldwater scholarship, awarded to students for excellence in the sciences.
A renowned UW-Madison geriatric research scientist has been named to a hall of fame honoring nurse researchers.
Madden is one of 59 scholarship winners out of 756 candidates nominated for the award.
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.
The Read Up! Madison Fund is designed to increase literacy and reading habits among children and families.
Gov. Scott Walker and State Superintendent Tony Evers are at odds over who should represent Evers in a legal case.
The School Board was at an impasses with a 3-3 vote Wednesday night on whether to uphold a previous decision that keeps the Harper Lee novel in the freshmen English class.
The Glacial Drumlin Middle School in Cottage Grove will be welcoming a new principal through its doors July 1.
Keith Cornille will begin his role as president of Heartland Community College in Normal, Illinois, in July.
The State Building Commission is deciding today whether to approve a $47 million project to upgrade Babcock Hall and the Center for Dairy Research.
Two technology officers from universities in West Coast states have been selected as finalists for the UW-Madison chief information officer/vice provost for information technology post.