Why is the Federal Reserve seeking to improve education in Minnesota through a constitutional amendment?
“We are calling on lawmakers, businesses and others in Minnesota to help us make after-school programs more available to young people and families.”
One of the philosophical shifts Minnesota Women’s Press supports is a movement away from thinking individual success is self-made, rather than community inspired.
How is the Northside Achievement Zone finding solutions that are applicable both in urban and rural settings?
Problem: At-risk students are impacted by the transience of poverty, lack of affordable housing, long work hours required of caregivers, and lack of broadband technology.
Graduation gaps have improved, yet gaps in racial and income gaps in standardized test scores and college readiness have widened.
A recent conversation titled “Handle With Care” featured Sondra Samuels, founder and CEO of the Northside Achievement Zone, and Tom
One of my favorite aspects of this experimental learning program includes the value of Harambee — Swahili for “Let’s pull together.”
Minnesota has one of the most significant academic achievement gaps between races in the nation. For the 2017-18 school year, 69 percent
When I was young and my mom was mentally well, she talked to me a lot about life. She showed
Jennifer Godinez (Courtesy Photo) How will Minnesota “close the achievement gap”? Reaching the goal of racial equity in education and