Category Archives: Madison schools

Same old: Police, not student behavior, to blame

Blaska Policy Werkes has its werkes cut out for it.  We are upside down, backwards and inside out here in the Emerald City, Madison WI. As predicted, Ms. Ali Muldrow and Ms. Ananda Mirilli voted against policing our troubled high … Continue reading

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Madison schools playing dangerous game of chicken

Will parents risk showing up at the June 24 Madison school board meeting to fight for their kids’ safety? Who will be the guinea pig? School parent-teacher organizations, print your agendas, call your meetings. You have until September 15 to … Continue reading

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Madison school board: It ain’t working so let’s do more of it

And Kaleem Caire gets righteous! Does this sound like the Madison school district we all know and love: The Madison School Board is set to approve another three-year contract with Schools of Hope at the end of the month despite … Continue reading

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White people are writing about Ali Muldrow

She hates it when that happens Not to worry! Mayor Rhodes-Conway has your back! A colloquy culled from social media: Ali Muldrow, May 31 at 11:02 AM: Nikki Giovanni once wrote “I really hope no white person ever has cause to … Continue reading

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Tenured UW radicals teach hate in Madison schools

and mau-mau Kaleem Caire It is more than coincidence that Madison Metro School District’s administration building abuts the University of Wisconsin’s flagship campus.  The school district lives and breathes identity politics because they teach it at UW-Madison and at all … Continue reading

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White woman skips town after inflicting an ‘inflection point’

It’s been a ‘privilege,’ Jen We understand creative destruction here at the Policy Werkes. It is why we have Netflix instead of Blockbuster. But “creative” does not describe the destruction Jennifer Cheatham has wrought on Madison’s public schools.  Even Capital … Continue reading

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