Minnesota’s first teachers’ union just turned 100 years old. The organization marked its anniversary last Friday, March 1 at a special celebration which included unveiling a new name — The St. Paul Federation of Educators (SPFE) — and a new logo.
A space for local and national stories about issues surrounding education, especially as they relate to African Americans.
When it comes to teaching students about slavery in the United States, teachers often stumble through the topic.
Emerson Spanish Immersion Learning Center’s Artiera Evans named Honored teacher of the month.
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Through a structured program, MPS students will be offered admission-free tours and music education experiences, helping to equalize opportunity and access for students who may not otherwise have the ability to experience the late legend’s creative grounds.
Knowing what your child’s learning style is can help better inform your school choices and activities and can give you a better idea of how to help shape your child’s study habits and success in the classroom.
Among the schools up for vote were Minneapolis and St. Paul public schools as well as Robbinsdale, Forest Lake and Mahtomedi.
South Saint Paul Secondary’s (SSPS) Black and Latino student organizations are taking that research to heart with their third annual Professionals of Color Career Panel.
The Twin Cities’ region has been criticized as sorely lacking in diversity at its educational institutions, but Dr. Everett feels he’s not coming in to fix a system that isn’t working. To the contrary, he’s focused on strengthening a model that already honors cultural differences.