The Madison Board of Education voted 4-3 to adopt the recommended changes to the handbook.
More than 300 teachers signed a pledge to participate, according to Madison Teachers Inc.
About 20 Madison School District teachers gathered at Madison Teachers Inc. headquarters recently for the first in a series of monthly racial justice sessions organized by the union.
Meeting in closed session Thursday night, the Madison School Board inched closer toward extending current teacher union contracts through the 2015-16 school year.
A proposal to streamline the organization — and contested elections — are on the agenda this weekend.
A look at the victory-party crowds for Dean Loumos and Wayne Strong suggests it was, but candidates say there's more to it than that.
Chicagoans who worked with Jennifer Cheatham give her high marks for being smart, personable and able to deal with confrontation.
Minority leaders and candidates complain about what they see as white, liberal control in Madison.
Madison middle school students could soon have an extra class period and smaller class sizes without adding minutes to the school day.
University of Wisconsin-Madison Teaching Assistants’ Association and Madison Teachers Incorporated, among other unions, organized a rally of a…
It was only a matter of time before Walter Milton Jr., candidate for Madison schools superintendent, dropped out of the running.
Madison Teachers Inc., still buzzing from its victory last week when a Dane County judge declared Walker's collective bargaining law unconstitutional, chose to ignore the governor's visit Wednesday to a Madison school.
In T-shirts emblazoned with slogans of solidarity, several hundred people turned out for a rally Friday at the state Capitol to show support for striking teachers in Chicago.
A new student test in Madison schools that could help gauge the effectiveness of the school district's achievement gap plan suggests an average student's knowledge grew at or slightly below the rate of their national peers in math and reading and ended the year about a half-grade level behind.
Thousands of Madison teachers returned to class Tuesday after a week of protesting Gov. Scott Walker’s proposal to limit collective bargaining. The protests canceled classes for four days.