Gov. Tony Evers’ budget that would allow districts to rehire retired teachers, who could continue to collect their pensions while earning a new salary.
English Learners in Wisconsin lag behind their English-proficient peers on a number of academic achievement measures, according to a new report from the Wisconsin Policy Forum.
Kynala Phillips, a senior and First Wave scholar at UW-Madison, is one of 20 recipients of a 2019 ProPublica Diversity Scholarship.
Enjoying the positive side of being a senior citizen
Peter Kwong • Mar. 19, 2019
I don’t remember when I became a senior citizen, but I kind of enjoy the status. I enjoyed the benefits long before I began to collect Social Security.
Paul Seeling, president of Gateway Publishing, Inc., was elected president of the Wisconsin Newspaper Association Board of Directors on Thursday, March 7, at the Madison Concourse Hotel during the group’s 165th Convention & Trade Show.
In addition to state general purpose revenues, two more important elements of Wisconsin’s state budget are federal revenue and segregated funds.
Did you win a 2018 Wisconsin Newspaper Association Contest award and need a duplicate plaque or certificate? Place your order by April 18.
The Press Times expands coverage into Green Bay
Jordan Schelling • Mar. 15, 2019
A little over six months after adding De Pere to its coverage area, The Press Times is expanding again, this time into Green Bay
Phil Hands discusses hate mail, editorial cartoons with Gateway Journalism Review
Julia Hunter • Mar. 14, 2019
Phil Hands, nationally syndicated editorial cartoonist for the (Madison) Wisconsin State Journal, recently discussed his work for a piece in the Gateway Journalism Review.
Louisa Boardman has been named the third sports editor in the history of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, the newspaper announced Saturday.