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Eagan High School will audit ‘curriculum for racist content’

Eagan High School has adopted “nine anti-racism goals” in order to address an education system “created to support whiteness,” according to an email recently...

Chicago leaders want to cancel history classes ‘until a suitable alternative...

Chicago-area leaders urged the Illinois State Board of Education on Sunday to halt history classes that “unfairly communicate” history until an “alternative” can be...

Report: Minnesota students struggling academically, more distance learning likely to make...

Minnesota students are struggling to perform academically, a problem that may only get worse as large swaths of the state enter another semester of...

Public school funding per student averages 80 percent more than private...

According to The New York Times, one of the main reasons why public K–12 schools are reopening more slowly from COVID-19 lockdowns than private...

‘Absolute disgrace’: State leaders react to Walz’s plan for upcoming school...

Gov. Tim Walz said his plan for the upcoming school year allows each school district to decide how it wants to operate, whether in...

Minnesota teachers union wants distance learning, but CDC recommends in-person schooling

Education Minnesota, the state’s teachers union, wants to continue with distance learning in the fall, but a recent guidance from the Centers for Disease...

School closings could significantly reduce future earnings of today’s students

It is widely agreed that increasing educational attainment often increases a person’s earnings. Additional schooling increases human capital, thereby increasing the chance of a...

Commentary: Why In-Person Schooling Would Be One of the Safest Activities...

Most students around the country haven’t been to school since March, when large parts of the country began to lock down in response to...

Kaufman: Education Minnesota’s partisan hackery continues

“When schoolchildren start paying union dues, I’ll start representing the interests of schoolchildren.” — Longtime AFT and UFT President Albert Shanker Education Minnesota has a history of hyper-partisan rancor and...

Walz Suggests Schools Won’t Fully Reopen Come Fall

Minnesota's Democrat Governor Tim Walz suggested that schools his his state will not be allowed to reopen, at least at full capacity, come this...