Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction

http://dpi.wi.gov/

Government Administration

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Company Information

Headquarters
United States
Founded in
1848
Employees
201 - 500( View All )
Speciality
Education PolicyGovernmentPublic Library Policy
Overview
The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) works for students, parents, educators, and citizens through the state's public schools and libraries. The department is led by an elected state superintendent. Agency headquarters are in Madison. Employees there provide services to Wisconsin school districts (administrative, teaching, and nutrition staff), cooperative educational service agencies, public libraries, and community organizations. Services include educational and infrastructure support such as budgeting, human resources, and information technology. Some department employees work in offices in Ashland, Eau Claire, Green Bay, Milwaukee, Racine, and Wausau, providing direct services to students, encouraging them to remain in high school and to pursue post-secondary education. Other staff serve at the Wisconsin School for the Deaf in Delavan or the Wisconsin Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired in Janesville. The DPI Comment Moderation Policy is available at: https://dpi.wi.gov/news/social-media
Departments

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Employees:

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Kristen McDaniel

Social Studies Consultant

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Allen Hesselbacher

Senior Accountant

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Sarah Buechel

Education Specialist- WI Educational Opportunity Program


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Audrey Shay

IS Systems Development Specialist

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Gina Kulka

school nutrition program consultant