Closing gaps, building equity

As this academic year has drawn to a close, M3 and our institutions have faced two unprecedented challenges. We have adapted to a health crisis not seen in a century, and we have reaffirmed our commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion in the face of extreme examples of racial injustice. Our partnership is both uniquely positioned

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M³ teams adapt strategies

As MPS, MATC, and UWM transitioned to online learning in spring, strategies to support students and ensure their success also adapted. Enjoy these highlights from the spring: Early in the semester, 600 teachers and faculty of English language arts, math, and science held a professional development forum at MATC’s downtown and Oak Creek campuses. In

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Achieving equity through philanthropy

One of the common barriers to higher education identified by students is a lack of technology such as a laptop or Chromebook. Seeing this as a problem with simple solutions, M3 fund development teams are in the early stages of building a new philanthropic investment opportunity. This initiative would help students further their education beyond

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The latest class of MPS high school seniors to complete the M3 early college program was honored with a virtual ceremony, capping a year of growth for the trailblazing partnership involving Milwaukee’s three largest public education institutions.

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Framing for the next decade

As our partnership enters the 2020s, we are building on our success in helping more Milwaukee Public Schools students graduate from high school, assisting more students in completing the FAFSA, and guiding more graduates to enter college immediately.

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For UWM student Kayla Jackson and MATC student Izzabella Zupet, the transition to college life started months before they stepped on to their respective campuses for their freshman years.

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M³ is honored for education leadership

The Milwaukee Urban League and University Economic Development Association recognized M³ for its work to boost student achievement and close equity gaps in the city.

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