The Racine Unified School District’s $1 billion referendum reached the Wisconsin Supreme Court on Monday in a case with potential wider ramifications.
The local teachers union was hit with criticism after trying to draw attention to segregation with comment on what was originally a celebratory post honoring basketball players at two RUSD middle schools.
While the COVID-19 pandemic has limited some progress, Racine public school leaders say they are still seeing early signs of success in the city's community schools.
The Racine Branch of the NAACP has sent a list of demands to the Racine Unified School District, calling on the district to better serve and represent its students of color through direct action. Here's what they want:
The $22 million 52,840-square-foot school-community use indoor aquatics facility near Case High School is still expected to be on budget despite delays.
RACINE — The Racine Unified School District had originally planned for a $9.4 million deficit but is now planning for slightly less than 60% of that ($5.4 million) for the 2021-22 school year.
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RACINE — With oral arguments before the Wisconsin Supreme Court over its referendum scheduled for Nov. 22 and a decision timetable up in the air, Racine Unified School District is expecting a delay on its summer projects.
BURLINGTON — When the Burlington Area School District welcomed students back to the classroom on Tuesday, the district’s middle schoolers got to experience their new school.
Wednesday, Sept. 1 was the first day of the 2021-22 school year in the Racine Unified School District.
Racine County schools are receiving nearly $97 million in pandemic aid from the federal government. School leaders say short-term help won’t close gaps between students and leaves the most vulnerable kids no better off.
Facing a lawsuit and a discrimination complaint, the Racine Unified School District has increased the number of schools it will have open for summer school.
The Racine NAACP has been in talks with Racine Unified School District since April 26, regarding systemic barriers that have been imposed; that we know will prevent our Black and brown and low income children from enrolling in 2021 summer school programming.
Following advocacy from the Racine Branch of the NAACP and in a move aimed at lowering barriers to low-income families, Racine Unified has expanded its "extended learning" options during the summer to its two community schools: Knapp Elementary and Julian-Thomas Elementary.
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The Racine Branch of the NAACP demanded Racine Unified School District open Julian Thomas and Knapp Elementary Schools to provide summer school programs to inner city communities.
Racine Unified School District held its annual Encore! Awards in Education at the RUSD Administrative Services Campus on Wednesday, May 5, 202…
Following the 2020 elections, legislators have thrown out a lot of ideas on how to reform the election process to protect the integrity of the vote.
The Safety, Equity and Trust Car Caravan led by Racine Educators United, who want families and teachers to stay home, and the Rally For Choice…