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A new survey of Minnesota students reveals that while some risky behaviors have dropped, other problems are growing.
One official said he's seen some interest from school districts in changing the four-day-weekend tradition, but not much action to make it happen.
Many education leaders say the sobering statistics don't tell the full story of Minnesota students' performance.
Superintendent David Law is now in the running for national honors.
She parlayed her volunteer work into a series of advertising jobs, the creation of her own copywriting business, and a long career as a writer and teacher at the Loft Literary Center.
The job has evolved beyond scrapes and nosebleeds into managing the care of more students with complex needs.
The Minnesota public and private schools were recognized for performance on statewide exams, and progress in closing achievement gaps.
Several thousand young people emptied local classrooms on Friday as part of a coordinated global movement seeking greater government action on climate change.
Around the state, the rate of students choosing to bypass the state's largest standardized exams has risen steadily for more than a decade.
An Edina schools spokesperson said the district "vehemently denies the allegations in this lawsuit and will defend itself from these inaccurate and misleading claims."