Minnesota school districts will make their own calls about whether to resume classes Tuesday or keep buildings closed another day.
Many rural Minnesota school districts were forced to cancel several days of classes because of the tough winter. Now administrators are worried those closures will come back to haunt them as they prepare for this spring’s round of high-stakes achievement tests.
Many metro school districts, and even many more rural ones, called off school for the day.
Dr Brenda Casselius talked with Dave Lee on the WCCO Morning News on Monday.
Voters in one-third of Minnesota’s school districts will vote Tuesday on whether they should give more money to their schools.
About one-third of Minnesota school districts will be going to their voters this fall for approval of an operating levy, the highest number in 10 years.
A greater number of school districts might have to borrow more money this summer because of delays in state aid payments.