Immunization groups and the mother of a student who died from bacterial meningitis are urging UW-Madison to join two Big Ten campuses in requiring the meningitis B vaccine.
UW-Madison stayed in the top 50 colleges in the country when it comes to affordability, according to a consumer finance magazine.
Nine students from the Indian Community School of Milwaukee created a PSA airing on television stations across Wisconsin.
The anonymous $7 million donation comes with no strings attached, which speaks to the donor’s “confidence in the long-term health and direction of the college,” President Scott Flanagan said.
From famous scientists to accomplished actors and politicians, many notable people graduated or attended UW-Madison. Here's a sampling.
Two spaces in UW-Madison's student union — named after prominent alumni who, while students in the 1920s, belonged to a campus group called "Ku Klux Klan" — will be renamed.
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission alleges the University of Wisconsin System refused to hire a former longtime employee because of her age.
Four small business owners who like to inspire youngsters to explore their creativity joined forces to create the day camp.
Scroll through our gallery for the story behind how every Madison school got its name.
“We believe at this state we need to hold ourselves accountable to more ambitious goals” for African-American youth, Superintendent Jen Cheatham said.
The Janesville School District was given a $420,000 grant Monday to improve school safety and to train staff.
The idea was to try to re-engage a small group of students, in part by allowing them to have a greater say in what they learn and how they learn it.
The boxes hold Nature Passports, booklets used for a scavenger hunt and journaling activity for children and parents. The program is a way to explore Nature Net sites found at parks and nature centers.
Two of the largest suburban school districts in Dane County have been awarded over $570,000 in safety grants to bolster school security and to train staff.
A committee studying school-based police officers will continue to work on its recommendations to the Madison School Board.
In "Two Minutes with Mitch" local radio personality Mitch Henck gives his two cents after tempers flared last week at a meeting on a proposal to replace police officers embedded at each of the Madison district’s major high schools.
Grants ranged from $11,000 to $75,000.
Fascination Station camps take an in-depth look at a specific theme. “Where the Wild Things Are” focused on ecosystems and their components, and the campers learned about how animals and their environments interact.
Mayor Paul Soglin and Police Chief Mike Koval said Thursday that a liaison program would not work.
Almost $4 million in state funds were awarded to 89 school districts and private schools in Wisconsin Thursday, the latest round of school safety grants announced by Attorney General Brad Schimel.
Several speakers attempting to block David Blaska from recording minor speakers at ERO meeting, claiming he runs a racist blog.
A near-physical confrontation and disputes about filming the committee's work resulted in high tensions at the meeting Wednesday.
The use of education resource officers has drawn a heated response from some in the community.
An imagination to turn small objects, craft supplies and other materials into houses and other universes was at the heart of last week's Miniature Worlds Camp at the Madison Children’s Museum.