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A Love Letter to Teachers Everywhere

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My kindergarten teacher's name was Miss Johnson. Tall and slender, with short brown hair and a gentle voice, she was the person who led us in...

Virtual Tutoring with GoPeer Makes Learning Convenient and Fun

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I'd honestly never considered virtual tutoring before, but this year it became a no-brainer. I fully admit this might come off a little on...

A Milwaukee Parent’s Guide to Virtual Education + Homeschooling | 2020...

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The last couple years hav thrown parents a lot of curveballs, not the least of which has been an uncertainty surrounding schooling for our...

Florentine Opera Celebrates Milwaukee with a Bronzeville Boheme Families Will Love

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Raise your hand if, like me, you have been missing the performing arts the last year. Everything from the plays at the community theater...

What Black History Month means to Me as a White Mom

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Black History Month has just ended. Our work has not. February 1st began a month-long celebration of the achievements of African Americans throughout our history....

Books that Teach My Young Daughters About Civil Rights

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On Monday, January 21st, we celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.  On this national holiday, we remember and honor Dr. Martin Luther King,...

School of MKE is In Session | Virtual Learning with a...

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An unconventional school year deserves an unconventional approach to learning in Milwaukee It's no stretch to say that 2020 has dealt us a pretty unexpected...

Virtual School Lessons Learned

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My family is about a month into full-time virtual school, and honestly, it hasn’t been the train wreck I anticipated. Our school is super...

Betty Brinn Children’s Museum Launches “Play in the Cloud” | Online...

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Discover playful learning that encourages your child to wonder through creative, hands-on workshops led in real-time by Instructors from across the globe. The Betty Brinn...

COVID Bullying: The School Threat I Never Saw Coming

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Earlier this summer, we were weighing the options about the upcoming school year and were struggling to make a decision about what we felt...