Blackhawk Technical College's enrollment is up slightly but it still faces challenges.
People parking on parts of the UW-Whitewater campus without permits are facing a steeper penalty after the campus police increased the ticket fine from $25 to $100.
Reiyah Jacobs, 12, a student at Edison Middle School, recently received a national award in the middle school division of a PTA-sponsored program.
Van Buren students painted inside the lines and wrote lyrics for their project-based summer school class.
A Walworth County judge has agreed to throw out a former UW-Whitewater professor’s appeal of his dismissal because of how he mailed in his court filing.
More students and teachers are taking advantage of the learning opportunities at the Janesville Schools Outdoor Laboratory.
A federal grand jury indicted two Houston men with stealing textbooks from UW System schools, including UW-Whitewater, according to a U.S. Department of Justice news release.
The Janesville School District hopes to get more than $382,000 in grant money for school security upgrades.
Delavan-Darien School Board members unanimously approved a contract for interim Superintendent Jill Sorbie at its regular meeting Monday night.
The state Department of Justice announced Monday that the Milton School District will receive $139,910 for safety upgrades. Parkview will get $61,783.
The Janesville School District and former Harrison Elementary School teacher Peggy Wileman have settled a disability rights lawsuit that arose over Wileman’s firing by the school district in 2014.
Four remaining Beloit School Board members will fill three open school board seats left vacant by resignations this week amid a firestorm of controversy.
In an effort to get community input on a potential November referendum, Delavan-Darien school officials have drafted a survey asking voters how much they can afford to pay to increase the district's spending ability.
State general aid to the Janesville School District may drop as much as $2.3 million in the 2018-19 school year, according to state data.
Hundreds of people returned to St. Patrick School on Friday night to say their final goodbyes to the 150-year-old parochial school during its send-off celebration.
The Janesville School District announced 28 staff retirements at the end of the 2017-18 school year.
Friends of the Milton Pool was started by residents who have vested interests in improving the district's aquatic facilities, said organizer Mike Price, the father of a Milton High School swimmer.
A $650,000 federal grant will help some Janesville students leave high school with both a diploma and a two-year associate degree from Blackhawk Technical College.
With help from the Parker Foundation, Blackhawk Technical College hopes raise enough money to create a $1 million scholarship fund.
Blackhawk Technical College has been given $438,578 in workforce advancement training grants for 11 area businesses.
The Janesville School Board voted Tuesday to put the money set aside for administrators' incentive pay into a fund for retirement benefits.
A group of Janesville teachers, social workers and counselors now have a new way to combat drug use.
A gift from the Parker Foundation will help create a $1 million fund to support scholarships for Blackhawk Technical College nursing students.
The Whitewater School Board on Monday night began discussing a potential operational referendum to be held this fall that would pay for preserving current programs and class sizes in coming years.
An Edgerton School District committee recommended Monday that the school board place a $40.6 million facilities referendum on an upcoming ballot.
Almost half of the school districts in Rock and Walworth counties are considering asking voters for more money before the end of the year, paving the way for what likely will be a busy summer and fall for school referendums.
Student activists and survivors of a mass school shooting in Parkland, Florida flooded the Janesville office of U.S. Speaker of the House Paul Ryan on Friday afternoon, demanding Ryan introduce a bill in Congress requiring universal background checks on gun purchases.
Summer school offers at chance to enrich your education and, possibly, walk on walks.
Two Walworth County schools recently received state Department of Justice school safety grant money. Here is how they plan to spend it.
UW-Rock County, and every two-year college in the UW System, will waive its $50 application fee through Sept. 7. Applications to the Janesville campus are due Aug. 23.
The Wisconsin Department of Justice School Safety Grant program awarded a $39,951 grant to Rock County Christian School District and a $28,960 grant to Williams Bay School District.
Former Parker basketball coach Mike Brunhoefer died earlier this month, but his impact on Janesville can still be felt.
Addison "Addie" Lathers graduated from ARISE, a Janesville School District online charter school. Her teachers picked her as their standout senior.
Delavan-Darien School Board members plan to survey residents this summer and ask what kind of referendum they might support in November, a move the district hopes will foster input and mend its fractured relationship with the community.
Jefferson Elementary School students on Monday met people from South Africa they have been working to help all year.
Several local schools earned bronze awards in the U.S. News and World Report rankings.
Each speaker at the Sunday's graduation ceremony touted the Class of 2018’s achievements, calling out each state, regional and local championship in athletics and academics.
Four days before Janesville School District administrators are scheduled to get their incentive pay for the year, the school board is scheduled to vote to eliminate the program.
Members of Parker High School's Class of 2018 completed their high school years Friday night.
Gisela Sarabia Sandoval had to make heartbreaking decisions to pursue an education in the United States.
When asked about Delavan-Darien’s financial troubles, Gov. Scott Walker agreed the state’s school-funding model is flawed, pointing to property value discrepancies in the district.
Students wearing many hats and crutches were among those who graduated from Elkhorn Area High School on Thursday.
Inside the packed gymnasium at Delavan-Darien High School on Thursday night, Hector Padilla walked the stage, graduating with high honors. Now, he will become the first person in his family to go to college.
Craig High School graduates on Thursday night heard student leaders talk about Janesville's innate "values" and facing down fears. Also, they heard a few amplified barks of thanks from a Janesville police dog.
The Milton School District does not immediately need a new pool, but there are improvements that need to be made soon, according to a report from an engineering firm hired to assess the pool at Milton High School.