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Lawyer raises pressure on Board of Teaching to comply with state law

Rhyddid Watkins is slated to amend a suit he filed April 2 on behalf of four frustrated teachers who want to teach in Minnesota — adding plaintiffs that include schools wanting to hire.

Student testing: Where political theater meets commercial reality

For all the headlines standardized testing has generated in recent months, a couple of pretty big, basic realities have received virtually no attention.

Illustrations surface in MPS board meeting

Equity-impact policy not fully embraced: Illustrations surface in MPS board meeting

Forms are often filled out, but carrying out the intent of the assessment — to ask at critical junctures, will this advance or diminish equity? — is another story.