Many schools in the state offer it or even require it, but it’s not a requirement statewide. The governor wants to use $5 million to fund the class, but that’s not enough for every kid. Some Republicans want to require it, but aren’t funding it.
As semester ends in Wisconsin, COVID-19 fears shrink — while concerns of academic slide grow – Part 3 of 3
Schools are not the superspreader sites that many feared, but research indicates U.S. students fell behind in math during the pandemic
As infections in the state surge, some rural schools are forced to suspend in-person instruction or integrate virtual students into classrooms
Wisconsin’s rural students face a digital divide as some return to screens instead of school – Part 1 of 3
Schools in Wisconsin have spent millions of dollars on hotspots to help students with poor internet service learn online as the coronavirus pandemic grinds on
How well-funded a Wisconsin kid’s public school is depends largely on which side of the tracks they live
Many say that’s unfair. Some are trying to change it.