Insider Scoop

Insider Scoop

Insider Scoop 2016

E-newsletter for Education Faculty & Staff

The INSIDER SCOOP is the School of Education's employee newsletter. It is delivered to the inboxes of our faculty, staff and graduate assistants twice per month, during the academic year.

The newsletter is compiled and edited by the External Relations Office. Information featured in the Scoop is often published on the school's news and events website News Connections, and shared via social media.

The Insider Scoop Schedule for the 2016-17 academic year is: Aug. 24, Sept. 7 and 21, Oct. 5 and 19, Nov. 2, 16 and 30, Dec. 14, Jan. 18, Feb. 1 and 15, March 1 and 15, April 5 and 19, May 3. 
 

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The Insider Scoop publishes a series of regular sections including:

  • FEATURED STORIES: News of key importance to faculty and staff
  • NEWS & HONORS: Major announcements and awards
  • RESEARCH: Updates about discoveries or publications
  • IN THE MEDIA: Faculty or staff showcased in outlets outside the school
  • EVENTS: Upcoming lectures, conferences or receptions
  • DEADLINES: Calls for proposals, grants and other due dates
  • SOCIAL MEDIA: Items of interest from the SoE social media community
  • RESOURCES: Useful links within the SoE or UW-Madison campus
     

  

Forum on the Future of K-16 Education in Wisconsin

  • Dates: 26 – 26 Apr, 2017
  • Location: Middleton, WI
  • Address: 1801 Deming Way
  • Contact: Kari Dickinson
  • Email: kadickinson@wisc.edu

MadREP logoJoin us for a forum on the future of K-16 education in Wisconsin, hosted by UW-Madison's Wisconsin Center for the Advancement of Postsecondary Education (WISCAPE) and the Madison Region Economic Partnership (MadR​EP).

The event will convene ​leaders from K-12, business, government, postsecondary education, and ​beyond to identify and prioritize the most significant challenges confronting Wisconsin’s K-16 landscape. Participants will then formulate a list of recommendations to effectively ​tackle ​the challenges identified and positively impact today’s and tomorrow’s students, society, ​and businesses.

Following the forum, WISCAPE will write and distribute an executive summary and ​white paper that will summarize the group's findings and policy, program, and practice recommendations. We will also meet with targeted individuals and groups that have the ability to influence change and encourage them to consider advancing the forum’s recommendations.

Read the Summary Report from the forum.
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