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Metro superintendents enlist the public for ideas to address inequities, segregation

MinnPost article by Erin Hinrichs As legislators debate the gamut of education issues at the Capitol, a series of grass-roots conversations are taking place at schools and community centers in the surrounding suburbs that may set the groundwork for education policy work next session. Gathered inside a cafeteria at Osseo Senior High Tuesday evening, students,

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Do Minnesota schools need more money or reforms?

Pioneer Press article by Christopher Magan Gov. Mark Dayton’s latest two-year state spending plan makes one thing clear: Education will remain a top priority during his final term. The governor’s 2018-19 budget proposal includes more than $900 million in new money for public schools, state colleges and universities. That’s 75 percent of the $1.2 billion in new

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FIRE Academy in Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191

FIRE Academy in Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191 has involved more than 200 parents at six different schools over the past 18 months. The goal is to form a stronger partnership of parents and school staff that will benefit children and their academic success. Moms and dads, originally from Somalia and Spanish-speaking countries, are learning about

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Innovation in Spring Lake Park Schools

Innovation in Spring Lake Park Schools is more than an idea. For the past several years, district leaders, teachers and other staff have participated in ongoing professional learning on the topics of innovation, creativity and design thinking. The Systemic Innovation by Design project, outlined in the Spring Lake Park Schools District Operational Plan, is focused on

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E-STEM at Prior Lake-Savage Area Schools

Glendale Elementary School in the Prior Lake-Save Area Schools was named a 2016 U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon School for their programs and activities associated with E-STEM. Teachers at Glendale are continuing to make learning interactive, both inside and outdoors, with a wide variety of tools and methods, including E-STEM. Environmental Education, Science, Technology,