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Campuzano covered education for The Oregonian for three years with a particular focus on marginalized students and systemic inequities. Before that, he wrote about music and pop culture on the trending desk, a time during which he was also the newspaper's lead protest reporter. Prior to his six years at The Oregonian, he spent six months reporting on county government in southern Oregon for The Daily Courier in Grants Pass. He attended the University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communication. He was born in Mexico and his family immigrated to the United States when he was 2.

School resource officers may soon return to dozens of Minnesota campuses

The breakthrough paves the way for departments to usher officers back to school after weeks of concerns about a law restricting student restraints.

Some police are leaving Minn. schools. It comes down to a two-letter change in state law.

What changed and why? We answer your questions.

Friday marks start of early voting in Minnesota

Several city council and school board seats are up for grabs. Dozens of school districts also have bond measures and levies on the ballot.

Eastern Carver County Schools splits from Grace Church, moves 2024 graduation to Target Center

Attorneys said the district faced "considerable risk of litigation" if the church continued to host commencement ceremonies.

U.S. Department of Education names 9 National Blue Ribbon Schools in Minnesota

The schools were recognized for either narrowing achievement gaps or their high overall academic performance.

Minnesota education activists, DFLers argue ban on student restraints needs to stay

Minnesota Republicans have called for a special session to repeal the measure that prompted several law enforcement agencies to pull out of schools.

Renters sue incomplete Dinkytown apartments over 'bait and switch'

Attorneys for four different renters say Identity Dinkytown accepted rent money in August despite knowing the building wouldn't open on time.

It's the first day of school for most Minnesota students. Here's what to expect.

More than 800,000 kids are back in the classroom as free meals and new school safety initiatives kick in.

Walz open to a special session to clarify student restraint rules

Some law enforcement agencies are pulling officers from schools as students head back to the classroom.

Want to thank your favorite teacher? Minnesotans can do that at the State Fair.

Education Minnesota and the Minnesota Department of Education are collecting notes from students and families.