Column

Longevity of Evers’ education appointments, investments, depend on assembly bipartisanship

Due to the long term-limits and staggered appointments to the Board of Regents, Evers' impact on education could outlive his time as governor

News

Potential tax increase needed to cover costs of next state budget, analysis finds

Wisconsin Policy Forum reports revenue must grow at faster rate to increase funding for schools, other programs

City of Madison

High speed, city-wide broadband network too expensive to implement

Fiber-to-the-Premises plan would provide broadband connectivity to resident businesses in Madison

State of Wisconsin

As gubernatorial election nears, experts assess education policies of Walker, Evers

UW professor believes Walker has flipped on education, wanting to invest more money after previously "backtracking"

UW-Madison Campus

ASM panel of campus experts explore sexual assault disciplinary process

"Every single Badger has a role" in the prevention and understanding of sexual assault, Samantha Johnson of UHS said

Column

Women of color’s significant actions mark Wisconsin Historical Society’s shift towards inclusiveness

New employees have taken exceptional initiative in diversification, representation of minority groups thorughout Wisconsin history

Column

Private math-education grants beneficial, but indicate flawed, failing U.S. educational system

UW System's Math Initiative program compensates for faults of high school cirriculum, masks actual problem

State of Wisconsin

Bipartisan bill proposes free tuition for foster children

Legislation would eliminate costs for students for 12 semesters, until age 25

Column

Educating women must remain a priority of Trump’s administration

Educating women should not be a partisan issue

Point-counterpoint

Point Counterpoint: Confirmation of Justice Gorsuch undermines values of the Supreme Court itself

Blatant Republican abuse of power signifies clear bias, partisan lean in judiciary branch