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Study says Ohio’s virtual charters can’t replace the traditional school experience

The study found that virtual-school students are missing out on what researcher June Ahn called “the rich social ecosystem” of relationships with peers and teachers.

Democrats want to open more doors to college

Democrats want to open more doors to college, but can their plan get more students to the finish line?

The extra financial burdens that many low-income aspiring college graduates carry can lead them to drop out, often with debt — and with few job options to help them pay it off.

Roadmap laid out for customizing new federal education law in Minnesota

Cautious optimism, and a lot of questions, about what the new federal education law will mean for Minnesota

In an effort to get a better understanding of the Every Student Succeeds Act, the Minnesota Department of Education hosted an ESSA meeting earlier this week. 

Where special education students are succeeding under Common Core
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Where special education students are succeeding under Common Core

What one Brooklyn school is doing differently to help its students pass the tests.

This week's MinnPost Quiz: newspapers, lawyers and fake holidays
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This week's MinnPost Quiz: newspapers, lawyers and fake holidays

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