Testing Shows No Progress In Closing Achievement GapNew statewide test results show students across Minnesota have seen no real improvement in math and reading scores.
Minneapolis School Board Names Ed Graff As Next SuperintendantThe Minneapolis School Board has made its choice for the next leader of the struggling district.
A Look At The 2 Finalists For Mpls. Public Schools' New SuperintendentOn Monday night, you have a chance to meet the two finalists for Minneapolis Public Schools' superintendent. The district has been without a superintendent for more than a year.
Lawsuit Accuses Mpls., St. Paul Schools Of Segregating StudentsA lawsuit has been filed against the state of Minnesota demanding desegregation at Minneapolis and St. Paul schools. The lawsuit, which was filed Thursday morning in Hennepin County District Court, challenges what it calls unlawful and unconstitutional segregation in the Twin Cities.
Pearson Settles With Education Department After Cyber AttacksAfter cyber attacks halted testing in Minnesota schools this spring, the state's testing contractor, Pearson, has reached a settlement with the Department of Education worth more than $5 million.
Cyber Attack Halts State Assessment Testing AgainIt was an all-too-familiar situation for the Minnesota Department of Education Wednesday. The commissioner of the Minnesota Department of Education says science assessment testing was suspended due to a cyber attack.
Minnesota Suspends Online Proficiency Testing For StudentsThe Minnesota Department of Education is temporarily suspending online proficiency testing for students until technical problems are resolved.
Near-Universal Enrollment In All-Day KindergartenMore than 57,000 Minnesota children have enrolled in all-day kindergarten in its first year.
As Minn. H.S. Graduation Rates Climb, Concerns RemainFresh numbers from the Minnesota Department of Education show an increase in students graduating high school on time.
Racial Discipline Gap Narrows In Minnesota SchoolsThe gap is narrowing between white students and students of color when it comes to discipline in Minnesota schools.
MN Students' Proficiency Holds Steady, Slightly UpMinnesota students' performance on standardized proficiency tests held steady or slightly improved this year. The tests measure students' ability to meet reading, math and science benchmarks.
Gov. Dayton Vows To Ensure No Child Goes Hungry At SchoolGov. Mark Dayton says it is time to make sure no child in Minnesota goes hungry at school. This comes almost six months after a report revealed 46 Minnesota school districts had policies denying some children lunch, if they couldn't pay for it.

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