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As established by law, The Milwaukee Board of School Directors consists of nine members: one member elected at large, and eight members elected from numbered districts as determined by the Milwaukee Board of School Directors. The regular term of each member is four years and until their successors have been elected and qualified.
Legally, school boards are agents of the state, created by the legislature and selected by the electors of the local school district to represent and act for the state in providing the district with educational programs and facilities. The Milwaukee Board of School Directors is the policy-making body for the school system, serving within the framework provided by law, the will of the local citizenry, and the ethics of the education profession.
LEGAL REF.: United States Constitution, Tenth Amendment
Wisconsin Constitution, Article X
Wisconsin Statutes, Chapter 119
List of current members of the Milwaukee Board of School Directors and information about them.
Notices for the meetings of the Milwaukee Board of School Directors and its Committees
Overview of the duties of the Office of Board Governance
Audit Services Homepage
Board Information Services
Clerk Services maintains, publishes and disseminates all official records and agendas of the Board, Board Committees and Board appeal hearings, and maintains the Board’s web presence.
2023-24 Committee Assignments
As established by law, The Milwaukee Board of School Directors consists of nine members: one member elected at large, and eight members elected from numbered districts as determined by the Milwaukee Board of School Directors. The regular term of each member is four years and until their successors have been elected and qualified. Legally, school boards are agents of the state, created by the legislature and selected by the electors of the local school district to represent and act for the state in providing the district with educational programs and facilities. The Milwaukee Board of School Directors is the policy-making body for the school system, serving within the framework provided by law, the will of the local citizenry, and the ethics of the education profession.
Listen to live-stream audio from Milwaukee Board of School Directors committee and full board meetings.
Milwaukee Public Schools Audit Services provides the following documents to be utilized by external auditors.
Notices for meetings of the MPS Head Start Policy Council
Milwaukee Public Schools recognizes the importance of effective two-way communication between the District and the community that it serves.
The most commonly used Internal Controls and Other Procedures which the District requires schools to follow
Board Rules, Administrative Policies and Procedures, and Board Governance Policies of the Milwaukee Public Schools
Proceeding (Minutes) of the Milwaukee Board of School Directors
The public policy in Wisconsin is to give the public the greatest amount of access to governmental records as possible.
The purpose of the MPS Fraud Hotline is to facilitate the reporting of fraud, waste, abuse, or mismanagement of district resources.
Board Clerk / Chief Officer, Office of Board Governance
Jacqueline M. Mann, Ph.D.
Interim Director/Board Clerk
Legislative Policy Manager
Audio recording of the January 23, 2024 meeting of the Committee on Legislation, Rules and Policies (LRP).
Audio recording of the January 23, 2024 meeting of the Committee on Strategic Planning and Budget (SPB).
Audio recording of the January 25, 2024 regular meeting of the Milwaukee Board of School Directors.
Audio recording of the February 13, 2024 meeting of the Committee on Student Achievement and School Innovation (SASI).
Audio recording of the Febraury 8, 2024 meeting of the Committee on Parent and Community Engagement (PACE).
Audio recording of the February 8, 2024 special board meeting of the Milwaukee Board of School Directors (SPEC).
Revised notice February 22, 2024, meeting of the Milwaukee Board of School Directors' Committee on Accountability, Finance, and Personnel (AFP)
Notice of the February 22, 2024, meeting of the Milwaukee Board of School Directors' Committee on Legislation, Rules and Policies (LRP)
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