Big Bills Remain Undone As End Of Session LoomsTop Democrats at the Minnesota Capitol are warning the Legislature could be heading toward a chaotic end.
Minnesota Republicans Say They Will 'Declare War' On Achievement GapGov. Dayton has made statewide pre-Kindergarten one of his biggest priorities for the remaining two years of his administration.
College 'Free Speech Zones' Under Renewed ScrutinyThe practice became common in the 1960s as a way to control campus protests against the Vietnam War.
Rochester Man, 102, Gets H.S. DiplomaThe World War II veteran moved to Rochester about 20 years ago to be near family.
Good Question: What Is School Choice?There have been huge fights over the nomination Betsy DeVos, some of which have been centered on the idea of school choice.
Donors Erase Student Lunch Debts In Mpls., Across U.S.Ashley C. Ford felt driven to act by a sad fact of life in the nation's school cafeterias: Kids with unpaid lunch accounts are often embarrassed with a substitute meal of a cold cheese sandwich and a carton of milk.
Minnesota Schools Earn C+ On National Quality Report CardMinnesota schools score just above average when compared to those of other states, according to a newly-released Quality Counts report card.
99 Wisconsin Schools Get Failing GradesFive school districts and 99 schools in Wisconsin have been slapped with failing grades, according to report cards released by the state Department of Public Instruction.
Feds Tap New Director For Indian Education AgencyFederal officials named a new director Wednesday to head a troubled agency that funds and manages scores of schools for Native American students and has been beset by scandal, funding shortfalls and safety hazards at the facilities.
Excellent Educator: Hopkins High School's Tim OwenTim Owen may teach his students how to speak the Spanish language at Hopkins High School, but his goal is to connect them to the people.
SPPS Approves Silva's Departure, Introduces Interim SuperitendentThe St. Paul School Board is expected to introduce the interim superintendent Wednesday morning. On Tuesday night, the Board decided to fire the current superintendent, Valeria Silva. Prior to her complete departure, she will become an advisor for 15 months.
Students Arrested While Protesting 'U' Tuition HikeUniversity of Minnesota officials are considering a 7.5 percent increase for nonresident students instead of a nearly 10 percent increase. The university's board of regents approved a 2.5-percent tuition increase next year for in-state students.

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