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Maya Portillo

In an era of inequity, more and more college financial aid is going to the rich

Poor students still get money, but higher-income classmates get a growing share. 

Duke Law School professor Jane Wettach

Keynoter at Human Rights Symposium lays out reasons to find school-suspension alternatives

Duke Law School professor Jane Wettach framed access to school as a basic human right that’s being denied to nearly 2 million students who are suspended every year, nationwide.

Students' lawsuit in Edina highlights political-club tensions

Students' lawsuit in Edina highlights political-club tensions

“I don’t know any administrators are out there wishing we had more political clubs, because it’s just so messy right now,” said David Adney, executive director of the Minnesota Association of Secondary School Principals.

Gargantuan black hole discovered in the young universe
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Gargantuan black hole discovered in the young universe

Weighing in at about 800 million times as massive as our sun, it presents a puzzle to scientists trying to figure out how it could have grown so big so fast.

This week's MinnPost Quiz: bands, batter and Bde Maka Ska
MinnPost Quiz

This week's MinnPost Quiz: bands, batter and Bde Maka Ska

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How one district solved its special education dropout problem
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How one district solved its special education dropout problem

Efforts to remove the stigma for students with disabilities have paid off.