Results tagged with 'teachers'
Published May 6, 2013
This weekend, I found a tiny square photograph at my mom's house. It shows me and Mr. Pepper, my third and fourth grade teacher, in the auditorium of my grade school. The photo is small, but Mr. Pepper's influence on my life wasn't. In honor of Teacher Appreciation Week, I'm offering up an encore of this 2011 blog posting.
Published March 5, 2013
Pete Ehrmann remembers his sister Mary, a beloved local educator who passed away on March 2.
Published Dec. 13, 2012
I am all for freedom of choice in just about everything. I believe women should be free to make their own decisions about what to do with their own bodies. I believe we should all be free to vote without having to show identification cards and I believe that we should all be free to dance until dawn. Because of those deeply held beliefs I find that I face trouble when trying to determine exactly how I feel about residency requirements for employment.
Published Sept. 3, 2012
Some schools have already begun, but many more will start tomorrow. With that in mind, OnMilwaukee.com contacted a variety of teachers and parents to hear their suggestions on how to start off the year on the right foot.
Published May 31, 2012
How in the world can anybody be undecided when it comes to the recall election? What the candidates stand for is clear as day - which is why the weather might be the ultimate deciding factor.
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One of the provisions of Governor Walker's Budget Bill is a ban on teacher residency requirements by Wisconsin School Boards. Milwaukee is the only school district in the state to have such a requirement, which is embedded in the 4-year contract between MPS and MTEA....
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