Governor Dayton gave an amazing address on Tuesday. He was brave and audacious at lauding educational leaders from early childhood to Higher Ed. Every citizen should want adequate funding to bring back our educational leadership in the country. As a retired administrator from MPS and League of Women Voters member who monitored education funding for the past 10 years, I can't tell you how I respect Gov. Dayton for his relationships with all educators. In contrast his predecessor lambasted...
A PUBLIC FORUM ON CLIMATE CHANGE
The League of Women Voters of Minneapolis will present a free public forum on Climate Change and its world wide impact on Wednesday, March 14 at Mayflower Community Congregational UCC, 106 East Diamond Lake Road at 35W exit.
5:30 – 7pm Exhibits & Food samples from local restaurants and caterers
Exhibits include MN Environmental Partnership, U.S. Green Building Council, MN Solar Industry Assn., MN Renewable Energy...
Why didn't the journalists tell this story before the election? I was one of the persons that called representing the League of Women Voters, Isaiah, and as a Retired educator in Minneapolis. So many students of color we served in Minneapolis would have been marginalized by this amendment.
The ad by former Governor Arne Carlson and Governor Mark Dayton changed the conversations when we called. The newspaper editors throughout the state were right on!
Finally your Minn Post issue has informed the public about our Public School Teachers. I supervised teachers in the Minneapolis Public Schools for 15 years and I can tell you how remarkable they were.
Every year the Administrators led the teacher performance documentation and Lynn Nordgren was the brilliant administrator for Teacher/Administrator performance efforts. She more recently became the President Of the Minneapolis Federation of Teachers.