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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.

Only half of Minnesota students can read at grade level. Will new teacher training fix it?

New laws give the Minnesota Department of Education more say over how schools approach reading instruction.

Mpls. Public Schools may announce next superintendent as early as Dec. 1

Rochelle Cox has led the state's fourth-largest district on an interim basis since Ed Graff stepped down last year.

Patrick Henry enslaved people, pushing these students to rename Minneapolis school

Minneapolis Public Schools' interim superintendent recommended a new name for the district's northernmost high school: Camden High.

Minneapolis Public Schools has too much space for declining enrollment, analysts say

District officials say schools have enough space for thousands more kids, costing the district more per student.

Minneapolis school board will consider renaming Patrick Henry High

Interim Superintendent Rochelle Cox will recommend naming it Camden High on Tuesday.

Anoka-Hennepin voters oust incumbent school board member as St. Paul, other districts report

Political action committees spent big bucks in some of the most hotly contested suburban contests.

Minnesota's new social studies standards face final hearings: 3 things to know

State law requires the Department of Education to update standards in core subjects once a decade.

Who's spending big in suburban Minnesota school board elections?

Political action committees are vastly outspending candidates in some of the state's largest districts.

Klobuchar introduces bill to address hazing on college campuses

The Stop Campus Hazing Act would require colleges and universities to publish annual reports.

MEA weekend: Why Minnesota students get days off in October

The break from class is typically one of the busiest travel days of the year.