Prince, Passion, Persistence, and Open School By David TC Ellis I was pretty rebellious growing up. I would challenge systems. I used to be confrontational. I got kicked out of Highland Park and Central High Schools in St. Paul. When I transferred to St. Paul Open School, I was not really engaged but my family […]
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What lessons can K-12 education in Minnesota learn from Historically Black Colleges & Universities and Tribal Colleges & Universities? As is frequently noted, Minnesota has some of the nation’s largest gaps between student groups. As public district and charter schools seek to close achievement gaps, what lessons can we learn from institutions that have […]
Check out our YouTube videos on Dual Credit — in English, Spanish, Hmong, Somali, Arabic, Karen, & Dakota!
Visit our Dual High School/College Credit page to see the following 18 videos! MUSIC VIDEOS, created by students at the High School for Recording Arts: English (Jump Start) Spanish English (Success) HEAR FROM REAL STUDENTS who take Dual Credit courses: Geoffrey Brook Micah Jesse Sasha Virginia Jullone GET MORE INFO IN 6 […]
What does the growth in Minnesota charter public school enrollment, decline in district public school enrollment, mean?
Widespread adoption of cell phones and computers helps explain a starting statistic: In the last decade, the number of Minnesota k-12 students attending charter public schools has increased more than 29,0000, while the number of students attending district public schools has declined by more than 45,000. That’s according to a new study our Center did, […]