Tammy Baldwin and Gov. Tony Evers both proposed an increase in funding to support early child care and public education in separate bills this past week.
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Amid UW-Stevens Point’s budget deficit, the fate of six of its humanities majors is uncertain — although UW System President Ray Cross doesn’t believe that’s the case.
Gov. Tony Evers presented his State of the Budget Address to the first split government Wisconsin has seen in 10 years from the Madison Capitol Assembly Chamber Thursday evening.
Nearly three years after a Campus Climate Survey revealed disparities in student opinion of culture on campus, a spring 2019 progress report shows diversity goals are being reached.
In response to ongoing community outrage over recent acts of racism at several local schools, Madison Metropolitan School District Superintendent Jennifer Cheatham released a public statement Thursday addressing new school policy changes.
The Associate Students of Madison endorsed the HMoob American Studies Certificate Program (HMASC) — a new initiative dedicated to academic and social awareness of HMoob students — Wednesday.
The Pre-college Enrichment Opportunity Program for Learning Excellence is revamping their program and opening a new office at Milwaukee’s Rufus King Middle School this week.
In the 2017-’18 academic year, the UW System set a new record by awarding a total of 959 degrees to African-American students — a 42 percent increase over the past decade.
In 2019, a woman’s place is not in the kitchen nor in a daycare center, but wherever she wants to be. At UW-Madison, there are thousands of female students succeeding in academics as well as professors and researchers who continue to contribute to campus and the community.
Cries of outrage echoed through the Madison Board of Education meeting room as a passionate crowd of students, parents, faculty and community members listed their concerns about racism in schools and listened to board members discuss funding yesterday.
Testimony devolved into shouting, which in turn devolved into threats of removal at a Madison City Council meeting Tuesday, as the debate over funding for a Hmong therapy program spilled into a public quarrel.
Questions on race and ethnicity filled the room in between sips of bubble tea as students shared their experiences that come with having ambiguous identities Tuesday.
National Teacher of the Year Mandy Manning spoke about how her experience in the Peace Corps led her to become a social justice activist both in and out of the classroom Tuesday.
In his latest executive order, Gov. Tony Evers commissioned a total recall of Wisconsin’s National Guard from the southern border Monday. Evers acted in opposition of President Donald Trump’s declared National Emergency and rebuked former Gov. Scott Walker’s decision in originally stationing the troops in June.
Jacob Baggott will bring 30 years of experience in college administration and health oversight to UW-Madison as University Health Service’s newly named Executive Director.
The Student Services Finance Committee approved their six official recommendations for the University Health Services budget for fiscal year 2020 Monday night.
Gov. Tony Evers announced a new proposal for his first biennial budget in which he suggested stopping the expansion of state voucher programs and charter schools passed under former Gov. Scott Walker’s administration.
Survivor’s Best Friend, a nonprofit organization brought to UW-Madison by student Sammy Michaels, aims to sponsor survivors of sexual assault and domestic abuse who are interested in adopting a support animal.
Stemming from last semester, the Associate Students of Madison is campaigning to increase the protection of students from legal and academic sanctions in alcohol-related incidents.
UW-Madison plans to end its affiliation with a study abroad program in Rome after a reaching a settlement in a lawsuit Monday.