The Minnesota Department of Education is in the midst of a review of the state’s social studies standards, which will set the framework for what students will learn in their social studies classes for the next 10 years.
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Franz Jevne State Park consists of just 120 acres on the shores of the Rainy River.
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The number of Amish in the state has grown by more than 230 percent over the last 20 years, and there are now more than 20 Amish settlements in Minnesota.
“Church is all about building community, and the ELCA is looking at how we can connect with more people – people who are new, people who are young, people with diverse backgrounds …,” said the Rev. Dee Pederson.