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Tiffany Tardy is ‘all-in’ on education

“We’re going to make sure you’re not surviving college but thriving. …It’s time for us to dismantle the system instead of changing the students,” said Tardy. “I want people to know they have the power to transform the world. Our goal is to keep our graduates here.” Read More in the Milwaukee Business Journal+

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Alan Borsuk: Two programs provide good news on getting students into, and through, college

But, also in the big picture, college success is important to the future — both of these individual students and of the Milwaukee area, which has a smaller percentage of college graduates among its population than many other metropolitan areas. Nationwide, the relationship between higher college graduation rates and thriving urban economies is strong. Read […]

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Supporting our future workforce and high-quality education

We all can agree that our workforce is challenged. What will become of it in the years ahead? This is where the rubber meets the road. Are you willing to help, to get involved, to donate, volunteer or mentor? Increasing the number of high-quality school seats in Milwaukee, in any form, will require more from […]

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All-In Milwaukee takes aim at Milwaukee’s college completion crisis

For the past four years, All-In Milwaukee has been working to address what it calls “the completion crisis”: Too few Milwaukee students are going on to earn their college degrees, precluding them from accessing many good-paying jobs in the city. Read More in the Milwaukee BizTimes+

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