In addition to eliminating program redundancies, the System will consolidate and streamline administrative operational functions including human resources, IT, and business services.Read More
The last two state budgets significantly increased K-12 funding, but the proportion spent in classrooms has slightly dippedRead More
What do Wisconsin’s best schools have in common, and how do they differ?Read More
Narrowing the window of failure from 60 to 40 points doesn’t help students. It removes an important incentive that exists for good reason.Read More
At 27.4 out of 100 points, North Division High School at MPS had the worst school score in the state. Just 1.9 percent of students at North Division are proficient in math, and 1.0 percent are proficient in English language arts.Read More
Recent MPS board resolutions highlight the focus employee issues receive, often over and above student success issues.Read More
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