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Paul laundromat MINNPOST Funding: As Minnesota debates a last-minute funding boost, some historical context for state-funding of schools PBS Study: Most science teachers use personal funds to purchase class materials ALBERT LEA TRIBUNE Investigation: Few Minnesota schools test for radon AUSTIN DAILY HERALD Administration: Austin middle school principal resigns Facilities: Austin School Board will hear facilities recommendations BRAINERD DISPATCH Facilities: Twin Cities-area school is the model for Fargo special education facility CROOKSTON TIMES Grant: Grant-funded binoculars make bird-watching even better for seventh-grade students FAIRMONT SENTINEL Donation: Martin County West teacher receives free books from publisher FRIDAY, MAY 11 MINNEAPOLIS STAR TRIBUNE Editorial: Federal rule change threatens mental health care for state kids ST.
Dayton’s warning SUBURBAN WEEKLIES Board: Transitions discussed at Forest Lake Area School Board meeting Column: A great week for North Branch Area High School Diversity: Minnetonka middle school student association combats cultural differences through basketball and open discussion Facilities: Fridley School District to enter third phase of construction Personnel: Columbia Heights School District names director of special education GREATER MINNESOTA WEEKLIES Belle Plaine: School leaders hope lessons from speaker, mock crash stick BRAINERD DISPATCH Curriculum: District causes a stir with plan to cut Accelerated Reader program FAIRMONT SENTINEL Curriculum: STEAM concept takes off at Blue Earth Area ROCHESTER POST-BULLETIN Buildings: Board hires consultant to study facility needs Buildings: St. CLOUD TIMES Choice: More protests erupt at Math and Science Academy Charter School WINONA DAILY NEWS & WINONA POST Choice: Superintendent skeptical of charter in Rollingstone WORTHINGTON DAILY GLOBE Buildings: Worthington breaks ground on new ALC-gymnastics facility TUESDAY, MAY 15 THE MSBA ADVOCATE Proclamation: Gov.
Dayton orders flags at half-staff for Peace Officers Memorial Day MINNEAPOLIS STAR TRIBUNE Funding: Gov.
Dayton’s vetoes wipe out much of Legislature’s work Politics: A closer look at the priorities wiped out by legislative gridlock and Gov. Paul students tell school board that advanced classes failing to serve classmates of color MPR Politics: Gov.
Dayton torpedoes tax and budget bills, says he won’t call for special session MINNPOST Higher education: Enrollment in Minnesota’s higher education institutions is down — and it may be for a while SESSION DAILY Politics: Gov.
PAUL PIONEER PRESS Weather: Too hot in 101-degree classroom MPR Politics: Gov.
SUBURBAN WEEKLIES Administration: Osseo Area School Board approves contracts with two interim superintendents Administration: Minnetonka High School names assistant principal Administration: Rosemount High School principal to retire Administration: Rush City School District hits snag with superintendent job offer Community: Fridley School District honors volunteers at appreciation breakfast Enrollment: Osseo Area enrollment and capacity committee delivers report to school board Event: Edina elementary school student finishes second at national chess tournament Facilities: Forest Lake Area School Board votes to close elementary school Facilities: Hopkins elementary school will expand Facilities: North Branch Area breaks ground on major projects Funding: St.
Michael-Albertville issues “call for action” for state funding shortfall Honors: Edina High School student wins national peace award Honors: Minnetonka student named U. Presidential Scholar Negotiations: Elk River Area School Board ratifies teachers contract Planning: Elk River Area School Board adopts five-year strategic plan Planning: Rockford Area School Board, parents, students, community discuss future of the district Program: Waconia school, university and state partner for pilot agriculture program Referendum: Robbinsdale Area to prepare for a fall levy referendum Safety: Alleged violence in Brooklyn Center schools weighs on students and teachers GREATER MINNESOTA WEEKLIES Cambridge-Isanti: District discusses school safety, school resource officers Cambridge-Isanti: Gardening project to bring generations closer Monticello: Elementary school parking lot bid approved Monticello: School meals will see modest increase in 2018-2019 school year Swanville: School district prepares to test for lead in water Swanville: District in negotiations to hire Spanish teacher ALBERT LEA TRIBUNE Buildings: High school construction continues after asbestos cleanup BRAINERD DISPATCH Personnel: Staples-Motley hires AD, four coaches NEW ULM JOURNAL Budget: Board discusses budget ST.
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Joseph orange WINONA DAILY NEWS & WINONA POST Referendum: Task force recommends million referendum in November TUESDAY, MAY 29 MINNEAPOLIS STAR TRIBUNE Administration: Minneapolis principal steps down Column: Keeping ideology where it belongs — in the classroom Funding: After-school program cuts leave thousands of kids without somewhere to go Politics: Dozens of smaller bills survive Dayton’s veto pen Technology: Small towns win big in robotics ST. Paul students pitch move to cum laude award system MPR Shooting: Indiana teacher out of hospital after stopping school shooting CHALKBEAT Study: Higher classroom temperatures correlate with lower test scores U. NEWS & WORLD REPORT Safety: States look for ways to stop school shootings BRAINERD DISPATCH Curriculum: Pequot Lakes approves new English curriculum ROCHESTER POST-BULLETIN Referendum: Red Wing looks at operating levy numbers FRIDAY, MAY 25 MINNEAPOLIS STAR TRIBUNE Courts: Student charged with brutal beating of teaching aide is released without bail Editorial: Minnesota Legislature shortchanges kids and school safety MINNPOST Politics: What just happened to Minnesota school funding?WEST CENTRAL TRIBUNE Awards: Willmar instructor named ag teacher of the year Politics: Civil rights groups slam De Vos for saying schools can report undocumented students WINONA DAILY NEWS & WINONA POST Buildings: Group taking school closure proposal to court TUESDAY, MAY 22 MINNEAPOLIS STAR TRIBUNE Enrollment: Wayzata changes enrollment boundaries Column: It’s the culture, but that doesn’t mean we should be completely hands-off about guns ST.