In order to make this year even BIGGER and BETTER than last, we are going to coincide our Wisconsin Public School Celebration, with a National celebration of our schools. This allows us not only to further amplify our message and grow together, but there are a ton of cool resources that ave been provided at […]
A tool for holding Wisconsin lawmakers accountable for their education votes.
Budgets that don’t close our gaps are a deliberate investment in making them wider.
Presenter materials and resources. #WeChoose Equity Keynote presentation by Jitu Brown, Journey for Justice Alliance Video: Failing Brown v. Board Presentation: #WeChoose Equity Morning Session (10-11:15 am) (A1) School Funding 101: Get the Facts (LMC/1348) (A2) Climate Matters: Build School Community (1310) (A3) Using Social Media to Celebrate our Public Schools (1365) Presentation – Using […]
Description of Break Out Session, with Materials and Handouts! Breakout Session A A1 School Funding 101: Get the Facts Dee Pettack and Bob Soldner, Department of Public Instruction What do people mean when they say the funding formula is broken? How do private school vouchers impact public school budgets? What’s the difference between “instrumentality” and […]
It’s time to make sure Wisconsin Counts! The start of October means we’re 6 months away from the start of the 2020 Census, and we want to make sure EVERY CHILD COUNTS in Wisconsin! JOIN THE #2020CENSUS TWITTERSTORM TUESDAY, OCT. 1 FROM 12-1! Use your personal, district, and organizational Twitter accounts to get #2020Census and […]
“Betsy DeVos’s Visit and Policies Neglect 860,000 Kids in Public Schools,” Say Wisconsin Parents Parents and taxpayers from Eau Claire, Fort Atkinson, Green Bay, La Crosse, Lake Mills, Milwaukee, Palmyra, Racine, Saint Croix, Sun Prairie and Wauwatosa want sufficient funding for their kids’ public schools and more transparency for taxpayers from vouchers schools On the […]
Members of the Palmyra-Eagle school district submitted signatures on Friday, Sept. 6, 2019 in an effort to force an advisory referendum this November. Organizers see the referendum as an opportunity to give voters a chance to officially weigh in on the question of whether or not the district should dissolve – a question they feel […]
Wisconsin Public Education Network executive director Heather DuBois Bourenane and members of the Wisconsin Alliance for Excellent Schools board released the following statement today after Governor Tony Evers signed the 2019-2021 state budget […]
60 Mile March for Public Schools to End in Madison Today; Call to Hold Lawmakers Accountable for Education Votes Tuesday, June 25, 2019. View this release online here. Wisconsin Public Education Network executive director Heather DuBois Bourenane issued the following statement today: “Today we end our sixty-mile journey from Palmyra to Madison at the State […]