After four years on the job, Monday is officially Gregory Thornton’s last day as superintendent of Milwaukee Public Schools.
A new report by the Public Policy Forum in Milwaukee details the district’s dire financial picture. Forum President Rob Henken says MPS faces flat revenues, but rising costs.
With the end of the school year approaching, Dan Graves is close to completing his first year as a Milwaukee Public Schools teacher.
MPS is deciding whether to sell the unused Lee Elementary School building to St. Marcus Lutheran voucher school.
While many urban districts have been forced to axe music and art education, Milwaukee Public Schools continues to enrich those programs.
On Wednesday, a committee of educators will meet in Madison to begin looking for ways to close achievement gaps.
According to test scores released by the Department of Public Instruction, Wisconsin students overall have improved in math and reading.
With the MPS school year about two-thirds over, we’re checking in again with new La Escuela Fratney teacher Dan Graves.
Gregory Thornton, who’s served as superintendent of the state’s largest school district since 2010, is stepping down from his post.
The Milwaukee Public Schools district is deciding what to do with another vacant building. MPS no longer uses Dover School in Bay View.