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Pictures And Video From The Trump Rally In Milwaukee And Anti-Trump Protest At Red Arrow Park
12,000 people filled UWM Panther Arena in Milwaukee on Tuesday, Jan. 14th. Here are some of the highlights MacIver News captured on camera.  Read More Pictures And Video From The Trump Rally In Milwaukee And Anti-Trump Protest At Red Arrow Park
Madison’s Grading Floor and the Delaying of Adulthood
By Ola Lisowski - If the district succeeds in its plight to improve student GPAs, any improvement will exist only on paper and not in reality. More students will graduate with inflated GPAs, which could lead to better college admissions records, but the ruse won't last.  Read More Madison’s Grading Floor and the Delaying of Adulthood
Governor Evers’ Year of Meh
Dan O’Donnell reflects on Governor Evers’ first year in office and, well, uhhh, there isn’t a whole lot to reflect on.  Read More Governor Evers’ Year of Meh
Activists Rate Evers’ Climate Change Task Force
Watch - Gov. Evers' Climate Change Task Force tackles tough issues like environmental justice, while "Red Rebel" activists make sure climate scientists stick to the "facts".  Read More Activists Rate Evers’ Climate Change Task Force
MacIver Newsmakers Podcast: Rick Esenberg and WILL Fight For Accurate Voter Rolls
On Friday, a Wisconsin judge made national headlines when he ruled that over 200,000 old and out-of-date voter registrations needed to be removed from the state voter list. Rick Esenberg, President and Chief Legal Counsel at the Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty, joins the podcast to talk about WILL’s victory and why everyone should care about ballot integrity.  Read More MacIver Newsmakers Podcast: Rick Esenberg and WILL Fight For Accurate Voter Rolls
Social Justice Action Plans Required For Employment At NWTC
By Bill Osmulski - If you want to teach at Northeast Wisconsin Technical College (NWTC), you’d better have a plan on how you’ll push the social justice agenda in your classroom. It’s a non-negotiable job requirement.  Read More Social Justice Action Plans Required For Employment At NWTC
2019 Education Report Cards: Districts Fare Worse, Schools Fare Better
The 2019 District and School Report Cards are out. Districts Fare Worse, Schools Fare Better. For the first time sine 2017, a district has been marked “failing.” Yet compared to last year, the number of failing schools fell by nearly half.  Read More 2019 Education Report Cards: Districts Fare Worse, Schools Fare Better
The Nation’s Report Card 2019: Stagnation In General And Widening Of Achievement Gap Continues
In Wisconsin, 45 percent of students were at or above proficient in math, not significantly different than 2017’s proficiency rate of 43 percent. In reading, 36 percent of students were proficient, not significantly different than 2017’s rate of 35 percent.   Read More The Nation’s Report Card 2019: Stagnation In General And Widening Of Achievement Gap Continues