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Project Milwaukee
5:57 pm
Thu June 3, 2010

Live Project Milwaukee: Reform & Reality

Alan Borsuk
Dani Gellings & Cynthia Hoffman

We wrap up our live Project Milwaukee show with a reality check from Alan Borsuk. Borsuk is a senior fellow in law and public policy at Marquette University's Law School. Borsuk writes for the Law School faculty blog and magazine, as well as the Web site and other publications. He spent ten out of his 37 years at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel covering education and writes a Sunday column.

Project Milwaukee
5:55 pm
Thu June 3, 2010

Teachers Talk About Challenges and Rewards

Student teacher Amani Asad (right) teaches a poetry lesson to a class at Bay View High School.

We now continue out Project Milwaukee series, exploring the barriers that confront thousands of Milwaukee Public School students. Today, WUWM’s Marti Mikkelson takes us to one of the lowest performing schools in the state: Bay View High School on the city’s south side. She spoke with teachers and other adult leaders there about educating a relatively large number of students who are struggling academically or personally.

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Project Milwaukee
5:52 pm
Thu June 3, 2010

MPS Superintendent Andrekopoulos

Project Milwaukee Live Broadcast
Dani Gellings & Cynthia Hoffman

In this Project Milwaukee segment, Bob Bach interviews outgoing MPS superintendent William Andrekopoulos. Their conversation was broadcast live, before a studio audience, as part of our special coverage.

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Project Milwaukee
5:49 pm
Thu June 3, 2010

The Obama Administration Weighs in

WUWM's Bob Bach
Dani Gellings & Cynthia Hoffman

WUWM's Bob Bach hosted Morning Edition before a studio audience, as part of our series, Project Milwaukee: Barriers to Achievement in MPS. WUWM's live, remote broadcast took place on Thursday, June 3rd, 2010 from 6 am to 11 am on the ground level of the Chase Tower.

In this segment, he speaks over the phone with U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan.

Project Milwaukee
5:47 pm
Thu June 3, 2010

Students Praise Their School

Audobon students shared their views with WUWM News Intern Andy Ambrosius.
Andy Ambrosius

For nearly a week, we’ve been spelling out challenges that face many students in the Milwaukee Public Schools system. Today we present the comments of nearly a dozen freshmen and sophomores who love their school and are doing well. WUWM News Intern Andy Ambrosius visited Audobon High School on South 39th Street. It had been soley a middle school for years, but is now expanding into the upper grades, adding one each year, with an emphasis on technology and communication.

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