The breakthrough paves the way for departments to usher officers back to school after weeks of concerns about a law restricting student restraints.
The data obtained included dates of birth, Social Security numbers and passport information, according to a news release from the University of Minnesota.
The Minnesota Academy of Science secured $100,000 in new donations and pledges to support the programs for another year.
The schools were recognized for either narrowing achievement gaps or their high overall academic performance.
Attorneys said the district faced "considerable risk of litigation" if the church continued to host commencement ceremonies.
The portion of Erika López Prater's case alleging religious discrimination will be allowed to proceed.
Names and email addresses may have been accessed, the district says.
Hamline University, which was at the center of a controversy last fall, is hosting a forum on the topic this week.
The district added hundreds of other new positions this year and now faces an almost 15% vacancy rate.
Costs reported so far are comparable to the ones from past searches.
Minnesota Republicans have called for a special session to repeal the measure that prompted several law enforcement agencies to pull out of schools.
Applications are now open for the permanent superintendent position, with hopes of picking someone by the end of the year.
Attorneys for four different renters say Identity Dinkytown accepted rent money in August despite knowing the building wouldn't open on time.
The community helped recruitment efforts for the school, which is part of the district's strategy to counter declining enrollment.
The Legacy of Dr. Josie R. Johnson Montessori School has moved to Family Baptist Church. The school's old landlord, Our Lady of Victory Church, has "ceased operations."
More than 800,000 kids are back in the classroom as free meals and new school safety initiatives kick in.
New orientation programs are geared toward helping students recover from pandemic learning losses.
Public school enrollment in the state has stalled in recent years as more families opt for private schools or homeschooling.
The cyberattack paralyzed computer systems across the district in February; a ransomware group claimed responsibility in March.
After the U.S. Supreme Court limited the consideration of race in admissions, some people pushed schools to also stop considering an applicant's ties to alumni or donors.
David Engstrom's last day was Monday. He came to the district in July 2021.
ThreeSixty Journalism is leading the way in developing multicultural storytellers in the media arts industry. The program is a loudspeaker for underheard voices, where highly motivated high school students discover the power of voice and develop their own within ThreeSixty's immersive college success programming. Launched in 1971 as an Urban Journalism Workshop chapter, since 2001 the program has been part of the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of St. Thomas.
The U argues the expense stopped UCare from making changes to its board in 2022, setting the stage for a settlement announced last week.
Lex Lewison of Owatonna will use his scholarship to learn increasingly complex automotive service technology.
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These so-called hidden expenses add thousands of dollars to the yearly cost of college, but planning and budgeting for them can help avoid financial surprises that prevent students from earning degrees.
The online courses will include instruction in horticulture, compliance, business and health care.
Successful trial offers hope of a new treatment against a growing problem worldwide.
University of Minnesota professor and three co-authors published a study showing that institutional investors and others looked at the ratio when rebalancing portfolios.
The university started with ambitious goals but has settled into a role as a smaller institution focused on a health care workforce.