Cairo, Egypt—known as one of the oldest cities in the world and currently a place of protest—is home to alumnus Kim Nerenhausen and his fifth grade class, who are being mentored over the Internet by University of Wisconsin Oshkosh students.
As a child Jonathan Mooney’s teachers labeled him as severely learning disabled because he could not follow directions, sit still or read well. He feared he lost his chance to be a “normal kid” and, along with other kids facing similar challenges, was belittled daily.
Lisa Weiss ’97 and ’04 MSE, recently achieved teaching’s top milestone by achieving National Board Certification from the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards.
One out of four local high school graduates needed remedial math in college but excelled in English classes
The findings could lead to further discussion about graduation requirements. The Oshkosh school district only requires two years of high school math, and the UWO report suggests college-bound students need a full four years.