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Archive of: Education Biz Report

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Michael Johnson leaving Boys & Girls Club for Cincy

Boys & Girls Club of Dane County president and CEO Michael Johnson announced his resignation and departure to lead the United Way of Greater Cincinnati, effective July 9.

May 2018

Former UW employee charged with theft, university makes changes

An employee of UW Housing (terminated more than a year ago) was charged with a dozen felonies after stealing $113,890 from the UW–Madison’s housing division.

May 2018

MATC South Campus on fast track

Madison Area Technical College’s new south campus, a project that many believed would be built in three phases based on fundraising, has been put on a fast track and will break ground in June.

April 2018

UW offers college dropouts second chance

The University of Wisconsin in Madison announced Badger Ready, a program aimed at offering adults 25 and older (and veterans of any age) who may have attended college elsewhere but never graduated for personal reasons to earn a degree from UW–Madison.

April 2018

Walker extends sales tax holiday

Parents of school-age children will get three extra days to take advantage of a sales tax holiday for school supplies, but the extension will cost the state an extra $3 million.

April 2018

Literacy Network needs interns

The Literacy Network is recruiting summer and fall semester interns for upcoming adult literacy programs.

March 2018

Renaissance acquires digital firm

Wisconsin Rapids-based Renaissance, which has a large presence in Madison, recently announced the acquisition of Minneapolis-based myON, a provider of digital literacy solutions.

March 2018

Doyenne launches new accelerator

The Doyenne Group, a Madison-based, women-focused business group for entrepreneurs, announced that it has launched a new business accelerator that will allow new business owners to build skills over the course of a year.

March 2018

Gener8tor joins Cincy accelerator

gener8tor, a business accelerator with programs in Madison, Milwaukee, and Minneapolis, announced it has joined with an established accelerator program in Cincinnati, Ohio called The Brandery.

March 2018

UW to pay tuition for qualifying students

UW–Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank announced the university will offer free tuition and fees to incoming students or transfer students whose families report an adjusted gross income of $56,000 or less.

February 2018
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