Minnesota legislators sought Tuesday to compel greater disclosure of public employee severance packages in the wake of a secretive $255,000 payout to a Burnsville administrator.
The Minnesota Senate has passed a bill that would let schools lay off teachers based on performance.
The Minnesota Senate passed a bill Monday that would let schools lay off teachers based on their performance in the classroom rather than by seniority alone.
She keeps her class calm while shots ring out around her classroom. Awesome job!
New figures from the 2010 census show a small surge of young children in Minnesota, and look no further than the town of Waconia near Minneapolis for evidence of how that could change school districts throughout the state in the next few years.
Thanks to the internet and especially YouTube, Flashmobs have become quite the sensation. Here are some teachers breaking it down with the YMCA.
A pair of television ads designed to persuade more people to pick teaching as a career are set to debut in Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota.
About 100 teachers in the Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District were notified this week that they may not have jobs next year.
If some lawmakers have their way, a teacher’s future could depend on how well their students grade-out.
Teachers in Hudson. Wis. will need to make up for skipping class last month.
School boards and local governments across Wisconsin are rushing to reach agreements with unions before a new law takes effect that will remove their ability to collectively bargain over nearly all issues other than minimal salary increases.
The largest crowd yet has descended on Wisconsin’s Capitol to protest cuts to public worker collective bargaining rights day after Gov. Scott Walker signed the measure into law.
Dozens of Minnesota teachers are bound for Madison, Wis., for a rally to support unionized workers in Wisconsin.
A merit pay and enhanced evaluation program didn’t get the support of enough teachers in the state’s largest school district to pass.
The teachers in the state’s largest school district will start voting Tuesday on a merit pay and enhanced evaluation program that could bring in about $10 million a year to the Anoka-Hennepin public schools.