St. Norbert College will host SNC talks, a storytelling initiative that features talks given by SNC students, staff, faculty and alumni, on Friday, March 24.
Bay Harbor Elementary Educator Kristen Possley has several tools of the trade on which she relies to meet the students where they are not only in skills but in character and demeanor as well.
High school students in participating rural districts in northeast Wisconsin will have access to a new program this fall, one that will see many graduating with a college degree at the same time they receive their high school diploma.
At the March 13 meeting of the Green Bay Area Public School District Board of Education, board members unanimously approved a motion to offer a contract to Dr. Claude J. Tiller, Jr. as the district’s new superintendent.
The Green Bay Area Public School District is in the process of developing a 10-year Facility Master Plan to address facilities needs, declining enrollment and inefficiencies, and is looking for public feedback.
Recent Golden Apple winner, Derek Zahn, teaches with compassion, drive and love of learning.
UW-Green Bay is launching a new literacy program to meet regional needs and address community challenges.
March 4 marked the opening day and launch party of the Brown County Library’s Seed Library with their initial vine cutting.
On April 4, Green Bay Area Public School District voters will choose from four candidates running for two available seats on the school board.
The College of Menominee Nation — one of 32 fully accredited tribal colleges and universities in the nation and one of two in the state — celebrated its 30th anniversary on March 3 and will continue throughout the year of 2023.