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WEAC ESP Skills Institute is September 21 in Madison and Mosinee

Boost Your Knowledge with our Education Support Professionals Skills Institute. Education Support Professionals are invited to attend a one-day workshop designed exclusively for your role in supporting and inspiring students. From strengthening your skills in working with students, to promoting a safe school environment, there are plenty of options to meet your professional needs. Free for WEAC members, $50 for support professionals who have not yet joined.

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WEAC Education Advocacy Update

Rep. Mike Rohrkaste of Neenah, a Republican member of the Joint Finance Committee representing Assembly District 55, will not seek reelection in 2020, he announced this week. See this and other updates in the WEAC Education Advocacy Update.

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WEAC Education Advocacy Update

The Legislative Audit Bureau has released an audit of a program created to take over public school districts. The takeover program was created in the 2015-17 state budget under then-governor Scott Walker.

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