How can public school options help youngsters? Pam Jutila, of Ramsey, describes how her three youngsters have gained from options.
Field trip: A Twin Cities school recently took its teachers around neighborhoods they serve to help them understand more about their students and families.
Leading up to the anniversaries, I thought: How can we help young people learn about these events?
Congratulations to the many who together produced a record approval rate on local district referendums.
A growing number of Minnesota students are earning college credits while still in high school.
“We have halls of fame for athletes and entertainers and should afford the same degree of recognition to our star educators …”
Students Mac Schwartz and Mariah Van Heel and U.S. Sen. Al Franken agreed on several important things when the senator visited Forest Lake High School on Oct. 22.
Wouldn’t it be valuable for Minnesota to honor – in one place that thousands of people could visit – educators who have “had a profound impact on students”?
Pounding basketballs and children sitting on sofas come to mind as I think about the funds recently offered to families for early childhood program scholarships.
What does it take to help students from low-income families succeed?
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