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American Indian Studies and Act 31

10/08/2018
According to David O’ Connor, the Department of Public Instruction’s consultant for American Indian Studies, 95% of indigenous students attend public...

Keeping Kids Safe Online Month

10/08/2018
This October marks the second recognition of ‘Keeping Kids Safe Online Month’ in Wisconsin. The 2018 campaign highlights a connection to the new...

Digital E-books for Students from the Wisconsin Schools Digital Library Consortium

10/08/2018
This year, nearly 100 school districts across the state have expanded their library collection with popular and classic e-books that students can...

Inclusive Services Institute Produces Self-Assessment Tool for Wisconsin Libraries

10/08/2018
After five months of work, participants in the inaugural Inclusive Services Institute produced a self-assessment tool that will allow libraries to...

Children's Literature Conference at UW-Oshkosh

10/08/2018
The University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh Department of Literacy and Language will host a Children’s Literature Conference on Nov. 3. The conference is...

2019 Adolescent Health Symposium

10/08/2018
The University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh will host an Adolescent Health Symposium in Madison, February 14-15. Topics on health education and adolescent...

STEAMing Ahead with New Standards at OMS

09/24/2018
Recognized in 2018 as a U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon School, the staff at Oregon Middle School (OMS) continue to work toward the award’s...

15 Public School Districts Will Combat ‘Summer Melt’ with Support from Great Lakes

09/24/2018
Fifteen public school districts across Wisconsin have received a combined $630,000 in grants from Great Lakes Higher Education Corporation &...

Themed Issue: State of Education and Teacher Voices

09/24/2018
On Thursday, September 20th, Dr. Tony Evers gave his 10th State of Education Address in the Wisconsin State Capitol. Priorities remained on students...

Keka͞ehkenohamowōnaw (We all teach): Benjamin Grignon

09/24/2018
Neta͞esehcekanenaw (Our way of doing things; Our culture) Within the Menominee culture, the young are expected to take care of our elders, which can...