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The Wheeler Report: Education and COVID-19 – Part IV – School Services

Thursday, July 2nd, 2020

The Wheeler Report is continuing its series on Education and COVID-19.  Part IV of the series is on School Services.  The SAA continues to serve as a resource to The Wheeler Report in the development of this series. Check out Part IV of the series here.

SAA Members Testify at Informational Hearing on School Reopening

Wednesday, June 24th, 2020

At an informational hearing today before the Assembly Committee on Education, SAA members delivered powerful testimony on how they delivered services to students and families during the COVID-19 public health emergency, the challenges facing Wisconsin school leaders as they plan for reopening schools in the Fall, and the help that our Legislature can provide us […]

The Wheeler Report: Education and COVID-19 – Part III – Special Education

Wednesday, June 24th, 2020

The Wheeler Report is continuing its series on Education and COVID-19.  Part III of the series is on Special Education issues.  The SAA continues to serve as a resource to The Wheeler Report in the development of this series. Check out Part III of the series here.

Committee to Hold Hearing on Fall Reopening

Tuesday, June 23rd, 2020

The Assembly Committee on Education will hold an informational hearing on Wisconsin K-12 School Reopening on Wednesday (tomorrow), June 24, 2020 in Room 412 East, State Capitol.  The Committee will hear testimony from invited speakers only. Eight superintendents and one school business manager have been invited to testify. The SAA will post SAA member testimony […]

Evers Announces Additional $46 Million to K-12

Wednesday, June 17th, 2020

From WisPolitics.com … Evers today announced $83.6 million in federal funds that will go to K-12 schools and higher ed institutions. Of that, $46 million going to K-12 is from the Governor’s Emergency Education Relief Fund, which was created in the U.S. Department of Education and received $3 billion from the federal CARES Act to […]

CESA 6 Tells The Story In Video

Wednesday, June 17th, 2020

Superintendents in CESA 6 worked together as a region to create this video representation of the work done during the public health emergency.

The Wheeler Report: Education and COVID-19 – Part II – TECHNOLOGY

Wednesday, June 17th, 2020

The Wheeler Report is continuing it’s series on public education and COVID-19.  Part II of the series is on Technology issues.  The SAA continues to serve as a resource to The Wheeler Report in the development of this series. Check out Part II of the series here.

The Wheeler Report Begins New Series on Public Schools During COVID-19

Thursday, June 11th, 2020

The Wheeler Report is starting a new series looking at the issues impacting K-12 education in Wisconsin from where the situation started, to issues schools are addressing, to what lies ahead in the fall.  The SAA will serve as a resource to The Wheeler Report in the development of this series. Check out Part One […]

More Districts Tell The Story

Wednesday, June 10th, 2020

The following superintendents have sent letters to their districts’ legislators “telling their story” about how they are serving their students during the COVID-19 crisis:  Kellie Bohn (Genoa City), Mark Gruen (Royall), Jim Brewer (Clinton), Mitch Wainwright (Mineral Point), James Bena (Marion), Cassandra Schug (Watertown), Mark Elworthy (St. Francis). The SAA encourages other districts to tell […]

2021 State Superintendent Election and the SAA Endorsement Process

Wednesday, June 10th, 2020

Wisconsin voters will elect a new State Superintendent in April 2021. As the SAA reported a couple of weeks ago, two candidates have announced their campaigns to become the next State Superintendent, Pecatonica Superintendent Jill Underly and Assistant State Superintendent Sheila Briggs.  The SAA anticipates a crowded primary field to be assembled before the January […]

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