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Awareness, Public Safety, Back to School
There's a strong and growing sentiment to restrain government spending, but is public safety an area that would be an exception?
Republican governor says it's time to bring back the "real referees" — who are unionized.
Administrators with the Racine Unified School District will hold the state of the district address on Oct. 9.
Herb Kohl's Educational Foundation wants to give out 100 grants to teachers and schools, but in order to make that happen, you need to nominate them.
Runners from Park and Horlick took to the course at the Cross Country Invitational at Muskego High School Saturday.
Local Republican college students get ready for rally for Mitt Romney's presidential campaign.
A ban at Waukesha West rankled some students and parents, though it's been done in other areas of the country. Administrators cite safety reasons; students say backpacks are more efficient.
The proposal would replace the current high school assessment system with a four-test ACT suite that would be given to high school students starting in 2014-15.
Schools, Volunteers in the News
As some students in Racine Unified Schools continue to struggle with reading, a program called Schools of Hope aims to help. Here's how you can get involved.
Students have more resources — and more pressures — than ever, yet studies suggest grade inflation is the true reason for having three-quarters of a school on the honor rolls.
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