The new school year is fast approaching with many unknowns, but one thing is for sure: the Black Lives Matter movement has woken America up to the racial inequality in schools across the nation. What comes next? Today, Wednesday host Ali Muldrow takes up a discussion of race, education, and where we go from here […]
(WORT) — Madison365 contributor Alexandria Mason reported on several scholarships the university offers to provide support for students from underrepresented groups. In this interview, she discussed these programs and how they assist students.
Dee Hall from the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism joins us once again for the latest in Badger State breaking stories. She talks with Monday Buzz host Brian Standing about secret e-mails in the Governor’s office, the latest on the state of the state’s drinking water and whether anyone’s making any progress on Wisconsin’s academic […]
(WORT) — Percy Brown Jr. is the director of equity and student achievement with the Middleton-Cross Plains School District. Brown spoke to Kristian Knusten on the phone to discuss the intersection of race and education — in Madison and around the Dane County region.
87% of Black and 94% of Latino children attending elementary schools serving South Madison residents are reading at grade level.
Are you ready for the start of a new school year? What challenges does the Madison Metropolitan School District face in this upcoming year? How will funding be distributed and how will budget cuts be handled? Check out this edition of A Public Affair to find out more!