Students in the state’s second largest school district have been learning at home for a few weeks short of a full year. Earlier this week, some younger students in the Madison Metropolitan School District returned to in-person classes. And today, the district announced plans for a return to in-person instruction for all students by May. […]
The City of Madison was facing a $25 million shortfall going into this year’s budget season. Some of that — about ten million — is due to revenue lost from the pandemic. But more — fifteen million dollars — exists from a structural gap, where the city spends more than it makes. In Mayor Satya […]
US Senator Ron Johnson of Wisconsin quietly introduced an amendment to an unrelated Senate bill last week that some fear would open the door wider to discrimination against students with disabilities in Wisconsin.
The CEO of a local non-profit responds to claims made by a former employee who says she was fired for trying to help a Spanish-speaking family obtain interpretation services for an orthodontist visit.
As many struggle to make sense of the events surrounding the violent arrest of an 18-year-old black girl with no prior record at an east-side mall, others are saying police actions speak for themselves.
A non-profit organization that has been active in Madison for a century is facing criticism for terminating one of its workers after she attempted to assert her clients’ civil rights.