The bill would eliminate a requirement that technical colleges receive approval from the UW Board of Regents before starting certain academic programs on their campuses.
The new "College Try" program is offered the first week of each academic term. Registration for summer courses is open.
The district aims to enroll 25% of its current K-8 enrollment for summer school.
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The uptick to 26,641 homeschooled students comes as no surprise amid the challenges the COVID-19 pandemic has created for education, including some districts remaining entirely virtual while others are entirely in-person.
The exceptions to the enrollment decline in the public school sector were districts with an established virtual charter school option, the study found.
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Statz’s office expects the district to see a small increase in enrollment of about 74 students for the 2021-2022 school year.
Interim UW System President Tommy Thompson partially attributed the lack of a dramatic enrollment decline to the decision to reopen campuses this fall.
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About 0.5% of the student body, or 250 students, have withdrawn this fall, compared to 208 at this point last year.
The campus, which opened last fall, serves many students of color who are more likely to live in poverty and lack access to technology and transportation.
Financial losses to date, along with estimated expenses, top $9 million — roughly 6% of Madison Area Technical College's annual budget.
UW-Madison will announce their fall semester plans by the end of July. The three plans under discussion include face-to-face classes, all online classes or a mix of both.
Many unemployed folks will still be able to sign up for an Obamacare plan, including the millions of workers who have lost employer-provided coverage so far because of the coronavirus crisis.
Edgewood College tapped the leader of a similarly-sized private Wisconsin college to serve as its next president.
The Wisconsin School of Business planned to halt the full-time MBA program two years ago, but backed off amid outcry.
Like many regional universities across the country, UW-Stevens Point has grappled with declining state support and enrollment.
UW-Platteville Richland had nearly 250 students in 1980 when the campus was considered for closure. Today, it has 155.