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Our education system needs to be restructured to include a more inclusive curriculum
Activists and lawmakers are hoping to add history about marginalized groups to school curricula, but having a legal mandate does not always mean classes are taught the same level of information.
Partisanship seems to be splitting the country at the seams, rather than fostering positive dialogue
The Andrew Goodman Foundation, along with other advocacy groups, have filed lawsuits in an attempt to reverse discriminatory student ID voter legislation that has deterred many college students from participating in elections.
While 30 Wisconsin high schools still use Native American mascots, activists are hopeful for change after 18 school boards and the 11 Native American tribes cosigned a resolution banning the supposedly offensive representation.
A suicide prevention hotline will be added to the backs of Wiscards following a motion from a student council campaign and new state legislation.
While an independent group will draw a set of congressional maps to propose to the Wisconsin legislature, Republican leaders have already stated they won’t support the maps — which could lead to a court battle.
While Wisconsin and its cities have modernized, generations of college students continue to leave the state for better job and lifestyle preferences.
In the aftermath of two consecutive officer-involved school shootings, psychologists discuss students’ past abuse and lack of early intervention resources in Wisconsin public schools, despite school administration's claim of ample faculty training.
Historically, there has been a lack of education and discussion on disability and sexuality, and there remain few evidence-based studies in the field.
The implications of having a learning disability can extend beyond the classroom.
The exploration of the misrepresentation of sexuality and people with disabilities in the entertainment world — creating inclusivity and space for lived experiences.