On Friday, Minnesota’s three governor hopefuls held their first debate on education.
The candidates differed significantly over how to repair the ailing school system, report Mike Kaszuba and Corey Mitchell of the Star Tribune.
Emmer said he would delay repaying $1.4 billion owed to the state’s public schools until 2014.
Dayton pledged to increase education money every year as governor and repay the funds owed.
Horner stressed the need for innovation.
For detailed coverage of the debate, click here.
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