We learn how Spanish, Wisconsin’s second-most spoken language, is taught in schools and why students should learn it. Then we learn how opioid settlement funds are being used in Wisconsin.
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The benefits of taking AP Spanish
Spanish is the second most popular language in Wisconsin. Roughly 5 percent of state residents speak it at home. We talk with the head of the College Board’s AP Spanish program about the challenges and benefits of teaching Spanish in the classroom.
Tracking Wisconsin's funding from opioid legal settlements
Award-winning journalist Aneri Pattani discusses her ongoing series about how opioid legal settlement funds are being spent and who gets to make those decisions. We talk about how the funds are already in circulation in Wisconsin and learn who will benefit.
- Kate Archer Kent Host
- Royce Podeszwa Producer
- Avery Lea Rogers Producer
- Lee Rayburn Technical Director
- Rosa Tapia Guest
- Aneri Pattani Guest
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