Editor's Pick

  • Teaching America’s Untold History in the Classroom and Community

    In this episode, MMSD educators discuss the acclaimed New York Times Magazine’s 1619 Project and how they are bringing America’s untold history to the classroom and community.
  • Giving Back to The Gambia

    "People in The Gambia are dying because they don’t have access to medication and basic health care.” East High Personalized Pathways student, Foday Jarra wants to change that.
  • Black Girl Magic in Madison

    Watch this video featuring Schenk Elementary's Rosa Thompson describe the Black Girl Magic conference experience for Black girls in Madison.
  • Changing Lives - One Student at a Time

    John Milton greets La Follette High School’s Black Student Union members with a commanding presence. These teens know the BSU drill—some nosh, others discuss agenda issues, some do both.
  • The Power of Leadership

    Dija Manly understands the power of leadership and the effects of action.
  • Keep coming back with love

    "Everyday is a new day," says Corvonn Gaines, West High School's Student Engagement Coordinator.
  • ¿Qué pasa en nuestras escuelas?

    Tune in to our Spanish-language radio show, ¿Qué pasa en nuestras escuelas?, every third Thursday of the month from 9-11am on La Movida, 1480AM. Hear archived episodes here.
  • "Mirror, mirror" by Isthmus staff writer Dyan Brogan

    The Isthmus' Dylan Brogan reports on MMSD High School students who took part in (and won!) a 10-week program run by the CEOs of Tomorrow.
  • Introducing our new district podcast, "Voices of MMSD"

    "Voices of MMSD" (aka "MMSD Voices") is a brand new podcast that brings you authentic voices, stories and conversations (plus original music) from around our school district direct