- District, charter school explore unprecedented merger
- Mar 23, 5:15 AM: As the Hopkins School District aims to expand its language immersion program, district leaders have turned to a charter school within its boundaries toexplore an unprecedented merger in Minnesota.
- Hopkins District, charter school explore unprecedented merger
- Mar 21, 5:34 AM: As the Hopkins School District aims to expand its language immersion program, district leaders have turned to a charter school within its boundaries to explore an unprecedented merger in Minnesota.
- For students with both gifts and disabilities, choices are few
- > Mar 5, 6:36 AM: Schools generally organize themselves according to categories: They divide students by age, grade, and often by academic progress or lack thereof. But what about students who don't fit into those categories? That's the
- A look at the two leaders spearheading reforms in Minnesota's largest charter-school network
- > Jan 10, 5:44 AM: In terms of student demographics, these charter schools can vary quite a bit from one school to the next, especially when it comes to the portion who are only enrolled in the affiliated online program, Minnesota
- School integration lawsuit heads to Minnesota Supreme Court
- > Jan 8, 8:19 AM: One of the state’s most closely watched education lawsuits in years is heading to the Minnesota Supreme Court on Tuesday, accusing state officials of shirking their responsibilities to educate poor and minority students.
- Edison says it's not to blame for Duluth school district's money woes
- > Dec 19, 6:50 AM: The district has pinned a big piece of a $2 million mid-year deficit — calling it unexpected — on the special education spending of Edison, coupled with a state funding formula increase. State law dictates that the Duluth
- Enrollment increase encourages Xavier Charter School to expand
- Dec 13, 8:27 AM: More than 700 students attend the Xavier Charter School. The school has about 300 students wait-listed.
- ‘Reimagine’ classrooms to close achievement gap, Twin Cities school superintendents say
Minnesota’s educators need to do a better job recognizing students’ unique attributes and challenges and modify their instruction so all children can reach their full potential.
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- STRIDE Academy looks to get charter extension with new authorizer
- Nov 17, 8:03 AM: STRIDE Academy is one step closer to having a new authorizing agency — as well as a contract that runs past June 2018.
- Minnesota Supreme Court agrees to hear case challenging teachers union protections
- Nov 15, 7:55 AM: The Minnesota Supreme Court will decide if a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the state’s teachers union protections should move forward.
- GOP governor hopeful Downey pushes for school vouchers
- > Nov 1, 5:10 AM: Keith Downey, a Republican candidate for Minnesota governor, released an education plan Tuesday that would use public money to finance private school vouchers. He also said he would shutter public schools with performance
- Hiawatha Academies celebrates spread to full charter high school campus
- Oct 26, 5:15 AM: Charter high schools in Minneapolis are often tucked away in modest locations, missing all the amenities that come with larger school district high schools.
- Washington County charter school opens in the woods in a summer camp setting
- Oct 25, 6:30 AM: Deep in the woods of northern Washington County, 167 elementary students are taking classes at one of Minnesota’s newest charter schools.
- Open enrollment required in MN, can be capped
- > Oct 5, 6:57 AM: The law has led to tens of thousands of students open enrolling or enrolling in charter schools each year. In Minneapolis Public Schools, for example, about one-third of more than 53,000 school-aged residents attend
- School choice splits Twin Cities suburbs into haves, have-nots
- > Sep 25, 4:50 AM: From Eden Prairie to Mahtomedi, suburban parents are going the distance to enroll their children in other school districts and charter schools that offer the programs and services they want. In the process, they’re
- Minnesota set to revamp how public schools are graded
- > Sep 19, 7:03 AM: After years of intense pressure on school test scores, the state's education department on Monday submitted a final plan to the federal government that broadens its previous reach — promising to evaluate more schools than
- Open enrollment, charters reshape Twin Cities schools
- > Sep 18, 4:44 AM: School choice options — open enrollment and charter schools — have proved especially popular with nonwhite or minority students, according to the Star Tribune’s analysis of the racial breakdown of students who opt out of
- Career Pathways charter school moves to Hamline Midway
- Sep 12, 5:05 AM: Move brings students closer to job opportunities and partnerships with local businesses and organizations.
- Minnesota parents explain why they selected a charter public school
- > Sep 8, 6:19 AM: Passionate responses from parents help explain why the number of Minnesota students attending charter public schools has grown from less than 100 in 1992 to more than 50,000 this year, the 25th anniversary of the first
- Minnesota appeals court upholds dismissal of teacher tenure suit
- > Sep 6, 5:27 AM: If Minnesotans want to change state teachers union protections, they should petition the Legislature, not seek changes in the courts. That's the opinion of a Minnesota Court of Appeals panel, released Tuesday, Sept. 5,
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