The current planning year is part of a long process that began in June 2016 when a group of middle school students went to the Madison School Board to ask for later start times.
The plan is the latest example of state schools’ cost-cutting as they grapple with budget deficits stemming from a decline in student enrollment, cuts in state money and frozen tuition rates for in-state undergraduate students.
The Badgers wide receiver's claims that he was denied due process and discriminated against because he is African-American during an investigation of the sexual assault charges by the university “are a red herring made to distract attention from the facts in this case,” attorney Lester Pines said.
"There's not much leverage in student governance, one of the resolution's co-authors said. But the possibility of it's passage led to compromises with the university, he said.
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The partnership comes after the Madison Police Department received a $250,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Justice to curb school violence.
The Madison Metropolitan School District is getting more than $1.5 million from the state's school safety fund, the money earmarked to train staff in student mental health issues and for setting up intervention teams.
Officials at the city clerk's office expect to receive a surge of in-person absentee ballots now that additional locations have opened.
The project is one of 20 on the UW System's capital projects list, which tops $1 billion for the first time in the System’s history.
The project was a new twist to the Wisconsin Science Festival produced by the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, UW-Madison and the Morgridge Institute for Research.
The 18- to 25-year old demographic perennially turns out to vote at a lower rate than every other age group, especially in midterm elections. Will the 2018 election be any different?
The off-campus alerts will notify students of emergencies east of the university, while parents can now receive the on-campus WiscAlert notifications.
Noah, a 3-year-old dog born blind and with disabled hind legs, travels to schools with his owner to teach kids about tolerance and empathy.
Edgewood College's grant, the first of its kind in Wisconsin, caps certain incoming students' annual out-of-pocket tuition cost at $11,400, about $1,000 more than UW-Madison's tuition.
The district is also asking voters for $930,000 annually to operate the proposed $33.5 million elementary school in Cottage Grove.
Board members heard Monday from a special committee set up to examine the role of police officers in Madison high schools.
Researchers at UW-Madison have helped develop a new system that could make it easier to capture clean energy from the sun and deliver electricity in remote areas.
Officials point to slight, steady gains in statewide math scores and say educators have become more familiar with the test's standards.
Dozens turned out for a meeting Monday evening to ask questions and direct comments to Madison School District officials and police.