MADISON (WORT) — To better understand this complicated public-private development deal, Dylan Brogan dives into the debate with plan supporter Mayor Paul Soglin and vocal critic, Madison School Board member TJ Mertz.
MADISON (WORT) — The Madison School Board this week adopted a revised version of the new Behavior Education Plan that increases the budget towards the initiative by nearly $2 million. Superintendent Jennifer Cheatham says there have been misconceptions about the new policy.
What’s new with the Right-to-Work bill? Could it become a law by the end of the week? What has Madison’s Board of Education been up to? Will a referendum pass to upgrade schools in the district? Listen to this edition of A Public Affair to find out more!
Joining the Monday morning 8 O’Clock Buzz on April 1st, 2013, was both candidates for the 3rd seat of the Madison School Board, Dean Loumos and Wayne Strong. The election is tomorrow, April 2nd. Be sure to listen to […]
With Governor Scott Walker proposing dramatic changes to the public education system in Wisconsin the upcoming school board elections in Madison are quite significant. Wondering what the Madison School Board Candidates are saying at the public forums? Well, the Monday morning Buzz has your back. On this page you will find both audio and video from the public hearing.
On Tuesday, April 2nd, Madison voters will vote for the Madison School Board. Who is on the ballot for the 5th seat? Well, officially, just T. J. Mertz. This race, once between three people: Mertz, Sarah Manski and Ananda Mirilli, had an unusual set of circumstances occur immediately after the primaries between Mirilli and Manski. […]