Sustainable Partnerships in Professional Learning
Education Outreach and Partnerships seeks to create mutually beneficial interactions
in order to share knowledge, resources, and expertise. Through sustainable partnerships, EOP brings leadership, expertise, and respect to constituents.
The Greater Madison Writing Project at UW-Madison is a member of the National Writing Project (NWP) network. Through the
NWP's professional development model, teachers in all subject areas and at all levels
learn new strategies for helping their students become accomplished writers and
The Office of Education Outreach and Partnerships is a member/partner of the Wisconsin Advanced Placement Advisory Council.
Advanced Placement is a high school academic program with courses in more than 30
subjects that culminate with college-level assessments. WAPAC, composed of PK-16
educational practitioners, promotes advanced placement opportunities for Wisconsin
WiPOP (Wisconsin Policy, Outreach, and Practice), is dedicated to teacher-driven conversation about public policy. Our goals are (1) to build PK-12 teachers’ capacity around federal, state, and local policy initiatives; (2) to provide an inclusive, low-stakes space for teachers to collaboratively engage with policy issues and (3) to foster on-going, teacher-directed policy discussions with advocates, policymakers, and researchers.