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Immigrant groups seek new language-immersion programs

Immigrant groups seek new language-immersion programs in diverse Osseo schools

Reflective of student demographics, the wish list will likely include languages that aren’t typically taught in school immersion programs, like Somali, Hmong and Vietnamese.

Bell on wheels: How Minnesota's only natural history museum got from Minneapolis to St. Paul

In anticipation of opening its new facility in 2018, the Bell Museum had to move its collection of massive dioramas between two cities, across major roadways and through a pair of busy campuses.

Minnesota Teacher of the Year finalists of color

Teachers of color reflect on navigating a mostly white education system

Out of the nearly 57,000 licensed teachers in Minnesota, only about 2,500 identified as Native American, Asian, Hispanic or black this past school year.

This week's MinnPost Quiz: cops, conventions and congress
MinnPost Quiz

This week's MinnPost Quiz: cops, conventions and Congress

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Buffalo shows turnaround of urban schools is possible
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Buffalo, N.Y., shows turnaround of urban schools is possible, but it takes a lot more than money

Black and Latino students have seen the most dramatic improvements, significantly narrowing the graduation gap with their white peers.

This week's MinnPost Quiz: schools, studies and second acts
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This week's MinnPost Quiz: schools, studies and second acts

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Universities and colleges struggle to stem big drops in enrollment
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Universities and colleges struggle to stem big drops in enrollment

New strategies include changing academic offerings and lowering prices. The price strategy has worked for St. Paul's Concordia University.