Treacherous driving conditions have led scores of schools and school districts to cancel classes for the day across the southern half of Minnesota.
Minnesota House Democrats are planning to reveal their spending priorities for Minnesota’s public schools.
Some Minneapolis high school students could be planning to walk out of school Monday to show their support for a faculty member who may be about to be fired.
Gov. Mark Dayton will travel the state starting this week to make the case for his budget.
The administration of Gov. Mark Dayton is vowing to shrink the number of Minnesota students who don’t graduate from high school.
After weeks of widespread criticism, Governor Mark Dayton abandoned a controversial sales tax plan that included a new tax on business services.
Minnesota’s legislative auditor says fast-rising special education costs are hampering the ability of school districts to reach other education goals, such as reducing class sizes.
One small-town Minnesota school district is taking a unique approach to keeping students safe: The police are moving in.
Education Minnesota, the Association of School Administrators and the Minnesota School Boards Association joined forces Monday to ask lawmakers for more than $1 billion dollars in education spending over the next two years.
New legislation would demand that Minnesota school administrators avoid putting children in classrooms led by teachers deemed unsatisfactory if they had one the previous year.
Some Minnesota lawmakers want to repeal a state law passed last year that requires all Minnesota teachers pass a reading, writing and math test to get a teaching license.
It is refreshing to learn about a successful school at a time when our education system is under such scrutiny.
House Democratic and Republican leaders have come to early agreement on the state budget: Both want the final product to repay IOUs to Minnesota schools faster than Gov. Mark Dayton has proposed.
Minnesota has the largest Somali population in the nation, with an estimated population of 32,000 people. Some young Somalis find they even have a language gap with their own parents who can’t speak English.
Here’s a tradeoff University of Minnesota President Eric Kaler is pitching to state lawmakers: Boost aid to the school and tuition for in-state undergraduates won’t go up.