There are currently approximately 150 student families who receive assistance from the Office of Child Care and Family Resources.
$200 million Amazon facility approved by Cottage Grove Board of Trustees after pushback by residentsBy Gavin Escott | Feb. 22
Cottage Grove residents voiced their disapproval for the facility, citing increased traffic and environmental concerns as potential issues.
The Forest County Potawatomi will be able to legally offer event wagering on sports and non-sports events.
Students abroad grapple with changing start dates and shift to remote learning; maintain sense of reality
As the holder of the second-highest executive office in a state, Barnes claimed to have gotten a good feel of “the vibes” of the Red Gym, adding that he would be “more than happy to come back.”
Gov. Evers announces in-state tuition freeze extension for UW schools during State of the State addressBy Tyler Katzenberger | Feb. 16
Gov. Tony Evers announced new education and mental health spending initiatives during his fourth annual “State of the State” address Tuesday night.
The Wisconsin Senate voted to pass a series of bills Tuesday aimed at protecting those unvaccinated from COVID-19 against workplace requirements.
Darrell Brooks Jr. pleaded not guilty Friday to a total of 77 criminal charges that now include homicide, reckless endangerment and witness intimidation.
The training is designed to help teachers in low-income and urban areas meet the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction guidelines.
The meeting raised issues surrounding conflicts of interest and the potential consequences of the program.
SB 792, introduced by Senate Republicans, would allow any UW System student to substitute a required ethnic studies course with a class on the U.S. Constitution.
“[Jerome Chazen] was deeply devoted to the arts and to education,” Chancellor Rebecca Blank said. “His commitment to UW-Madison will live on in the Chazen Museum of Art and the many lives he touched.”
The COVID-19 pandemic presents both detriments and benefits in higher education when it comes to accessibility.