Gov. Tony Evers’ proposal to use part of the record-breaking $7 billion state budget surplus to restore funding for Wisconsin public schools should not be a partisan issue.
A majority of UW System students surveyed about free speech issues on the state’s campuses said they were scared to express their views on certain issues in class, according to the results of a survey released Wednesday.
The year 2023 has just begun, but Wisconsin operators of licensed child care programs and the parents who depend on child care so they can go to work are looking ahead nervously to 2024.
Flu case counts are at their highest level for early December in a decade. COVID-19 is spiking once again.
As digital technology becomes more of a necessity for work, education, health care, business, job applications, and participation in civic life, it is vital for every Wisconsinite to have access to reliable high speed internet.
For the hundreds of thousands of Wisconsin residents who struggle with student debt, the prospect of student loan forgiveness seems like much needed relief.
Scammers targeting student-loan borrowers in Wisconsin and elsewhere are shifting into high gear – spurred by the uncertainty surrounding President Joseph R. Biden’s debt-cancellation plan.
With low pay and precarious outside support, child care centers continue to struggle to find workers, making it harder for other employers to hire the parents of young children, a new national survey finds.
Wisconsin’s State-Tribal Relations special committee unanimously voted to advance a bill that would update a 1989 law that requires primary and secondary public schools to teach students about the history, culture and treaty rights of Wisconsin’s Native Americans Tuesday.
The Department of Education announced on Tuesday it is extending the pandemic-era pause on federal student loan repayments until June 30 while legal challenges to the administration’s student debt relief program are fought over in the courts.