Wisconsin Public Radio: Wisconsin’s 11 tribes and the state Department of Public Instruction have been working on agreements to improve communication and educational outcomes for tribal youth. The Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa is the first tribe to reach an agreement with the state.
.@ViroquaSchools Board Pres. & District Admin. were joined by Luke Zahm, Driftless Cafe owner & @WisconsinFoodie host, to advocate for schools at a budget hearing.
Partnering with high-profile local business owners is a great strategy to tell your story.
.@OshkoshSchools students worked for two months to launch their pop-up Italian restaurant, “Okie Gnocchi."
They learned how to apply and interview for their roles, refine their customer service abilities and bring the restaurant to life.
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The Senate Committee on Education will take public comments at a hearing on Tuesday, May 23 on the following legislation: financial literacy for high school graduation and opioid antagonist mandates.
Read more in today's Legislative Update blog post: ow.ly/TQVE50Os9UGpic.twitter.com/aitUBkvy2q