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Teachers across Minnesota are frazzled trying to navigate pandemic-related combinations of in-person and online instruction — so much so that nearly one-third responding to a recent statewide survey said they were thinking of quitting.
Teachers walked picket lines before the pandemic.
A pandemic and the racial reckoning stemming from the death of George Floyd are fueling apprehension and concern among Twin Cities area teachers of color.…
Final action on levy plans will come later this year.
Anoka-Hennepin School District had kept him from using boys' locker room.
Superintendent received raise in his new contract.
For decades, he was an official who talked about and practiced the principles of racial equity.
District leaders develop criteria to meet before a return to partial in-person instruction.
The superintendent has promised families an improved "Distance Learning 2.0" with more live instruction than they'd seen in the spring.
Action will come when contract expires Dec. 31.