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For Immediate Release:  April 25, 2013
Contact:   Conor Smyth, 608-266-2991,
               Kyle Schwarm, 608-266-0050,

MEDIA ALERT: Education leaders will gather to recognize Governor's
'Dual Credit Day' proclamation, dynamic local partnerships

         MADISON - Morna K. Foy, president of the Wisconsin Technical College System (WTCS), and Dr. Tony Evers, State Superintendent of Public Instruction, will join local officials at Lomira High School on Tuesday to recognize the Governor¹s proclamation of April 30 as 'Dual Credit Day' in Wisconsin.

         Dual credit allows students to simultaneously earn high school and college credits with a single course or sequence of courses. Over the past five years alone, participation in dual credit has doubled, with more than 21,000 high school students across the state currently taking advantage of opportunities through partnerships developed with their local technical colleges.


'Dual Credit Day' in Wisconsin; 20th anniversary of the program


Tuesday, April 30, 2-3 p.m.


Technology Education Lab, Lomira High School, 1030 4th Street, Lomira, WI


Recognize the enduring role of Wisconsin's technical colleges in providing opportunities for motivated students to earn college credits while in high school, at no cost to the student.


  • Morna K. Foy, President, Wisconsin Technical College System
  • Dr. Tony Evers, Superintendent, Department of Public Instruction
  • Dr. Sheila Ruhland, President, Moraine Park Technical College
  • Dr. John Shanahan, Past President, Moraine Park Technical College
  • Jim Wessing, President, Kondex Corporation
  • John Marx, Technical Education Teacher, Lomira High School


Lomira High School's state-of-the-art Technology Education Lab, including new instructional area for welding, provided in partnership with Kondex Corporation; Lomira High School students in action.


About the System:
The Wisconsin Technical College System (WTCS) offers more than 300 programs awarding two-year associate degrees, one- and two-year technical diplomas and short-term technical diplomas and certificates. In addition, the System is the major provider of customized training and technical assistance to Wisconsin’s business and industry community. Nearly 370,000 individuals access the technical colleges for education and training each year. For the latest news, leader bios, multimedia and more, please visit our news room.