Thriving public schools provide safe, welcoming environments for all and meet the unique individual needs of all students. Educational equity ensures our public schools have the resources and supports they need to provide an equally excellent and well-rounded education to every student. This is a running page of messaging and educational resources to stand up […]
Friends of Wisconsin students and their public schools will be enormously grateful for this excellent new resource: Equity in Pandemic Schooling: An Action Guide for Families, Educators & Communities provides concrete explanations of the equity concerns at stake during the gap-widening moment of returning to school during a pandemic. Parents, educators and community members will find the language and […]
Panelists painted an inspiring picture of our state–and showed the urgency.
In this time of global, national, and local uncertainty, it is important we recognize and utilize the myriad of resources available to us. Below, you will find a collection of links, ranging from general resources intended to keep us informed to ways we can support, educate, and entertain our children from home, along with various […]
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 […]