Study: Full Day At Pre-K Leads To Higher Test ScoresGov. Mark Dayton established voluntary pre-K in Minnesota in 2016.
Teacher Says He Was Suspended For Serving Pancakes During State TestA middle school teacher in Pennsylvania is reportedly heading back to work just days after he was suspended for serving his students pancakes during a state exam.
Child Advocates Push FTC To Investigate YouTubeRead carefully through the fine print of YouTube's terms of service and you might notice that you've affirmed you are old enough to watch it.
Passage Of Kansas School Funding Divides GOPKansas legislators approved an increase in spending on the state's public schools in hopes of meeting a court mandate after the rancorous final days of debate highlighted deep divisions among top Republicans.
Oklahoma Teachers Walk Out For 2nd Day To Protest Education CutsMany schools will remain closed for a second day in Oklahoma Tuesday as teachers rally for higher pay and education funding in a rebellion that has hit several Republican-led states across the country.
Teachers Rebel Over Education Cuts In Kentucky, OklahomaThe state Capitol in Kentucky filled with teachers protesting pension changes Monday, and thousands of Oklahoma educators walked out of classrooms in the latest evidence of teacher rebellion in some Republican-led states over education cuts.
1,700 Math & Reading Tutors SoughtVolunteers can earn up to $5,000 to pay for student loans or tuition.
Gap For Minority Students Narrowing, Grad Rates ShowGov. Mark Dayton says the newest numbers are proof that the state is closing disparities in the public school system.
9 Majors, 15 Minors Out At UW-SuperiorSome of the majors include sociology, theater, journalism and political science.
St. Thomas College Lets Underserved Students Pay What They Can Afford The University of St. Thomas has started an innovative and groundbreaking new college designed to help underserved kids get a university degree.
Franken: Avg. College Student Spent $1,200 On Textbooks In 2016According to research, 65 percent of students say they've skipped buying a coursebook because of the cost.
$21M In Funding To Improve Minnesota Student LiteracyThe funding can be used for reading coaches, summer literacy programs, teacher training, classroom supplies and data collection.

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