The company’s commendable commitment to progress and equity must start with all of us — well before Minnesotans enter the workforce.
Commissioner Cassellius speaks of the need for future cooperation between school districts and public charters.
The bill, which the governor has opposed, would end the “last in, first out” layoff system.
Only a dissenter in the integration task force’s 10-2 bipartisan vote got a hearing at the Legislature.
Recommendations carry the endorsement of Myron Orfield, a relentless integration advocate, and Bob Erickson, a fiscal conservative.
Less clear is the fate of other legislation that would let school districts consider other factors than seniority when making layoffs.