Taking college-level courses at his high school was “fantastic,” according to a student at Gordon Parks High School in St. Paul.
Listening to and learning from educators like Megan Hall, Steve Allen and Bill Wilson reminded me last week of two important things.
Minnesota’s Department of Education recently made a major announcement about high school graduation rates increasing that left out something important.
Two of the nation’s most intriguing and one of the nation’s most controversial school reform advocates spoke in Minnesota last week.
A Minnesota group calling itself “Better Ed” should “know better” than to distribute misleading statistics.
Joe Nathan column – Important decisions were made in the last week. Minnesota Commissioner of Education Brenda Cassellius and a …
Over the next few weeks, a variety of groups will meet to discuss education with the goal of improving Minnesota’s public schools, focusing specifically on the achievement gap.
Data shows better high school graduation rates for students who take at least 240 hours of career technical courses, great opportunities for “hands on learning” and career exploration.
There were swift, strong and split reactions to two of my recent columns.
As we start a new year, it’s time to ask some tough questions.
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