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.
North Mpls. School Sees Success With Diverse Staff, STEAM StructureFranklin students can now focus on science, technology, engineering, arts and math courses -- something parents say has made a difference for their children.
MPS Board Meets To Pick Superintendent CandidateThe Minneapolis Public School Board will meet Tuesday evening to pick its preferred superintendent candidate. The two finalists are Brenda Cassellius and Ed Graff.
Excellent Educator: Bel Air Elementary's Debbie RaymondAfter years of serving her students in the classroom, this week's Excellent Educator decided she also wanted to help them in the computer lab.
Excellent Educator: St. Paul Music Academy's Sasha Odermann-KarrSasha Odermann-Karr makes sure her students are ready to learn by first making sure they have the basic necessities, like a coat, shoes and school supplies.
$50M Divide In State Senate, House Education ProposalsLawmakers in the state Senate and House are putting the finishing touches on their school spending packages, queuing up a lengthy debate over the cost and just where that money should come from. Education is one of the few issues so far where lawmakers have shown signs of agreement.
UW System Releases Summary Of Funding CutsSummaries outlining the impact of state funding cuts to higher education say University of Wisconsin System campuses have laid off employees, consolidated administration, reduced advising services and cut course offerings over the past year.
The Push For Funding For More School CounselorsLawmakers are trying to get money for more counselors and support staff — but it's going to take some serious political will to make any headway this year while more pressing legislative issues loom large.
Minnesotans Can Take Free GED Testing Until July, Dayton SaysMinnesota residents without a high school diploma are now able to take the GED test for free for the next several months.
UW Regents To Vote On Tuition Increase For NonresidentsA University of Wisconsin System regents committee is set to vote on a plan to raise nonresident and graduate tuition at five campuses.