Recent content from MaryJo Webster
The state's Safe Learning Plan relies on many variables.
Black and Hispanic Minnesotans are far more likely to be infected than white Minnesotans, state data show.
State concerned about online charter schools' math scores.
In just seven weeks, the additional fatalities have cut into generations and communities, especially the elderly and people of color.
We asked parents to fill out a survey about how K-12 online learning is going as a result of the pandemic. Comments ranged from intense enthusiasm and gratitude for what teachers have done to immense frustration.
A Star Tribune survey of parents shows that the more frequent the live video sessions between staff and students, the greater their satisfaction with their children's learning.
Legislative Auditor's Office says more disclosure is needed for aid intended to shrink achievement gap.
Do you have children between kindergarten and 12th grade participating in online learning through their Minnesota school during this stay-at-home order period? We’d like to…
The novel coronavirus has already seriously disrupted police and court systems in the Twin Cities, as elsewhere.
Officials hope more Minnesotans will complete the form online.