While we might not all agree on policy matters, using district budgets to punish students for district-level policy is simply wrong. It is cruel and we cannot allow our children to pay the price of these politics. After efforts to sabotage annual meetings of the electorate were thwarted in communities like Whitefish Bay by strong […]
See all monthly Wisconsin Public Education Network Action Newsletters on our website at WisconsinNetwork.org/Action-News. If you have news, actions, achievements, or updates you’d like us to include in our next newsletter, submit them at this form! Read on for news that matters to Wisconsin kids and their public schools, action opportunities you can take right […]
Wisconsin has spoken on the state budget. Now let’s make sure we’re heard. Take action now before it’s too late, and share these stories to amplify kids’ needs. Wisconsin Public Education Network partners across the state took local action on June 21, 2021 — and throughout the week — to demand that the legislature pass […]
The Joint Finance Committee will vote on the Education Budget on Thursday, May 27, and has presented an alternative proposal that signals an intent to reject both the Governor’s budget and the testimony submitted at hearings around the state. The budget they put forward will be brought before the entire legislature for a vote in the coming months: […]
Welcome to the NEW bi-weekly Wisconsin Public Education Network Action Newsletter, which will be shared on our website at WisconsinNetwork.org/Action-News and easily circulated on social media. If you have news, actions, achievements, or updates you’d like us to include in our next newsletter, submit them at this form! Read on for news that matters to […]
Want the world to know you & your students are PROUD to go back to school at the local public schools you love and trust? Want to show your community you are a proud public school student, educator, parent, or supporter? We’ve got one way to spread the love and sent a positive message of support for local students and their public schools. […]
“All of the conversations, all of the polling, points to the fact that the people of Wisconsin do not want this. They want fully and fairly funded public schools. They do not want the failed experiments of Milwaukee forced on them.” Jenni Hofschulte, a Milwaukee Public Schools parent.