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Public education advocacy in Wisconsin is being noticed nationwide

Public education advocacy in Wisconsin is being noticed nationwide

Public education advocacy in Wisconsin is being noticed nationwide. Check this article in the Washington Post, with mention of our friends at Wisconsin Public Education Network and the Fox Cities Advocates for Public Education, among others, and their good work. Join...

WPEN Summer Summit

WPEN Summer Summit

Registration for the WPEN Summer Summit is open now. Please join your fellow public education advocates for this stimulating get-together. >>Learn...

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Public education advocacy in Wisconsin is being noticed nationwide

Public education advocacy in Wisconsin is being noticed nationwide

Public education advocacy in Wisconsin is being noticed nationwide. Check this article in the Washington Post, with mention of our friends at Wisconsin Public Education Network and the Fox Cities Advocates for Public Education, among others, and their good work. Join...

WPEN Summer Summit

WPEN Summer Summit

Registration for the WPEN Summer Summit is open now. Please join your fellow public education advocates for this stimulating get-together. >>Learn...

S.O.S. TOSA Video Project

Starting in the spring of 2016, we took to the road to collect stories from parents, business owners, community leaders, educators, and other public school supporters. Highlighting their stories is important because it is a reminder of just how important Wisconsin’s tradition of great public schools is.

Want to share your story? Let us know!

SOS Wauwatosa at Joint Finance Hearing

Go Dennis go!!! The Joint Finance Committee heard testimony from Tosa dad, alderman and SOS member Dennis McBride. https://www.facebook.com/noMPStakeover/videos/1255446397903567/

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Video: Parents to Senator Vukmir: “Support Our Schools.”

Today, Support Our Schools Wauwatosa (SOS) unveiled a video featuring Wisconsin public school parents responding to State Sen. Leah Vukmir (R-Brookfield), who had labeled concerned public school parents as "petulant naysayers" and who "wallow in self-pity" in a...

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