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District cites policy against staff political advocacy.
Minnesota schools, reopening amid a pandemic and a national reckoning over systemic racism, are sharpening their focus on the state’s decadeslong problems with achievement gaps…
The schools were recognized by the U.S. Department of Education for progress in narrowing achievement gaps.
From specialized masks to band practice in the gym, music programs adapt
No sooner had classes begun when many shifted gears.
The state's traditional post-Labor Day start to the school year is anything but typical, with various distance strategies at work.
Students, teachers and families across state face academic experience like never before.
While many of the state's largest districts are starting their year with remote instruction, others are combining online classes with shortened weeks at school — or fully reopening.
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Some won't start just after Labor Day, citing the need for more time to get ready.