Sent by email May 31, 2016 Dear Chancellor Rosenstone and President Hanson We write as people throughout Minnesota who are deeply committed to Minnesota students and deeply concerned about recent Minnesota State Colleges and Universities’ decisions regarding concurrent enrollment. We hope you will share our concerns and suggestions with your colleagues, and that together […]
By John Miller and Malik Bush | April 6, 2016 What does it say when, within a minute of the police arriving, a young black man speaks those words? And when, within 61 seconds, that young black man lies dead? What does it say when teachers who are […]
The Progress and Problems with PSEO 2016 report replicates and expands “Families Need to Know about PSEO”, a Center for School Change report published in September, 2015. Both reports examine how a stratified random sample of 87 Minnesota school districts and charter schools, one per county, are complying with Post Secondary Enrollment requirements adopted in 2014 by […]
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This article was originally published at: http://hometownsource.com/2014/03/19/joe-nathan-column-legislators-wisely-listening-as-students-ask-for-equal-treatment/ Six high school students spoke out last week, and legislators listened. As college costs rise, families are looking for ways to help youngsters be better prepared and earn college credits while still in high school. Richfield High School students Sam Petrov, Beisite Wang, Henry Hoang, Wendy Hughes, […]