MADISON (WORT) — When Madisonians go to vote on April 7th, a week from Tuesday, they’ll see two referenda on their ballots. The first concerns how the State Supreme Court’s Chief Justice is chosen. The second is a referendum on school facilities.
How are we preparing Madison youth for life after high school? Are we giving equal access to opportunities for each student? What work is being conducted to combat racism in our schools? What is our three year plan for bridging the extraordinary disparities in academic success between white and black students? Check out this edition of A Public Affair with the Superintendent of MMSD to find out more!
Madison School Board candidate Michael Flores in the hot seat with Monday Buzz host Brian Standing.
On Tuesday December 18, host Aaron Perry spoke with Luis Yudice, the Coordinator of School Safety and Security for the Madison Metropolitan School District (MMSD). They speak about school safety and safety measures here in Madison, following the disaster that took place at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut. Luis Yudice, who retired as captain […]