The bill, which the governor has opposed, would end the "last in, first out" layoff system.
Another would require one digital course before any high-schooler can graduate.
The comeback of Minneapolis' Phillips Neighborhood offers a model approach.
Three Minnesota schools have made the U.S. Department of Education's first-ever list of Green Ribbon Schools.
The Edina resident travels to the most remote corners of the world so students can learn of other people and cultures.
The program’s Community Reading campaign brings 1,000 people together to talk about literature and the black experience.
The group will turn STEP-UP Achieve, its successful youth college- and career-readiness program, into a national model.
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Let’s take a look at some of the important legislation in education, and what the last couple of weeks of the session may mean.
A sensible bill in the Legislature would connect 35 percent of a principal’s evaluation to student performance — the same benchmark used for Minnesota teachers.
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