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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.

Anoka-Hennepin school board will hire temporary superintendent by mid-June

David Law is leaving for Minnetonka Public Schools.

South Education Center to install metal detectors after student was shot, killed outside school

The recommendation comes after the fatal shooting of 15-year-old Jahmari Rice outside the Richfield school.

Minnesota's 2021 teacher of the year wins national education award

Natalia Benjamin teaches students learning English as a second language in Rochester.

Students take lead as Minnesota schools work to confront racism

The efforts come in a year when allegations of racism in schools repeatedly made headlines.

Nearly a third of Minnesota's 2022 National Merit Scholars come from 3 schools

The students each won $2,500 scholarships.

Anoka-Hennepin will wait to permanently replace Superintendent David Law

Board members chose the longer of two timelines in order to provide as much time as possible for community input.

Legislature weighs limits on how Minnesota student education data can be used

More than 40 states already have similar laws on the books, privacy experts say.

Minnesota school budgets sag under inflation, supply woes

From meals to transportation, district officials say they're bracing for long-term financial pain.

Sigrid Jean Johnson, storied singer and conductor at St. Olaf College, dies at 70

Johnson was the longtime conductor of the Manitou Singers, the college's first-year female choir.

15 Minnesota students among first batch of 2022 National Merit scholarship winners

Each of the students won a scholarship worth between $1,000 and $10,000 per year.