Even as they are working on their own online classes, Alissa Ramczyk and some three dozen other UWM students are helping kindergarten through 12th grade students with theirs, part of a statewide tutoring effort.
A good teacher can adapt to changing circumstances and unexpected events. But for UWM education students nearing graduation, this coronavirus-tainted spring semester has been a challenge like no other.
NEXT.cc, a nonprofit connected to UWM’s School of Architecture and Urban Planning, offers free online projects and activities in science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics through its award-winning website.
James Sokolowski battled through challenges to get his GED and eventually a master’s. Now he’s helping others by leading the M3 Early College program.
Teachers of color are more likely to leave their schools than white teachers. Combatting that problem can help close Wisconsin’s wide achievement gaps for students, Curtis Jones says.
M3, an education initiative involving UWM, MATC and MPS aimed at improving student achievement and closing the equity gap in Milwaukee, has made positive strides over the past year.
Schuyler Ramsey doesn’t shy away from the challenges facing his neighborhood. Instead, he’s using the lessons learned at UWM to help make things better.
Good preparation can help an 18-year-old student cope with the sometimes overwhelming changes that come with college. Here are some of the ways students can get ready.
Denise Ross has been named chairof the UW System Institute for Urban Education, a program housed at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. She will begin her appointment later this year.
Even before graduating, Alyssa Molinski already has had experience juggling two demanding jobs. She is an early childhood education student and has also served as Student Association president for 2018-2019.