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News Features
Wednesday, Aug. 27, 2014

‘Unprecedented’ attempt to destroy solar industry and penalize clean energy users in Wisconsin

At the very moment solar energy is becoming an affordable, realistic option for homeowners and businesses, the state’s largest utility, We Energies, is attempting to strike a fatal
News Features
Wednesday, Aug. 20, 2014

Community schools can provide urban students with the resources they need

Seeking to change the conversation from one driven by high-stakes testing and privatization, a group of educators, parents and their allies came together last Thursday to learn more about community schools, an increasingly popular educational model
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Daily Dose
Wednesday, Aug. 13, 2014
Have you recovered from a low-turnout election that turned out to have some pretty dramatic results? I’m still digesting the primary returns, but it’s safe to say that zombie Republican votes—sorry, votes by "one day only" Democrats—definitely had an impact on at least one race. (And, even though Sheriff Clarke and the Journal Sentinel are trying to paint him as an underdog, he certainly w...