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Education for social change

Education for social changeWhat is in your hands to make a difference in the world? Dr. Artika Tyner raises this important question during each student interaction. Dr. Tyner shared her thoughts on taking action to reimagine education at the inaugural at TEDxUniversityofStThomas. The title of her TEDx Talk was: Education for Social Change. Her vision for reimagining education begins with placing an explicit focus on leadership development and social justice advocacy.
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Gary Cunningham recognized as Metropolitan State Alumnus of the Year

Gary Cunningham recognized as Metropolitan State Alumnus of the YearIn recognition of his strong commitment to serving the Twin Cities community both as a professional and as a volunteer, Metropolitan State University recognized Gary Cunningham as its 2014 Alumnus of the Year at the 2014 Celebrating Service to the Community Scholarship Luncheon on Oct. 16 at Travelers in Saint Paul.
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Robbinsdale Area Schools' voters approve two school funding questions: Operating levy renewal and new technology levy

Robbinsdale Area Schools' voters approve two school funding questions: Operating levy renewal and new technology levyRobbinsdale Area Schools' voters approved two school funding requests that were on the November 4 ballot:
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SPPS principal Dr. Delores Henderson receives National Racial Equity Leadership Award

SPPS principal Dr. Delores Henderson receives National Racial Equity Leadership AwardSaint Paul Public Schools (SPPS) Principal Dr. Delores Henderson was honored with the 2014 Charles L. Hopson Racial Equity Principal Leadership award from the Pacific Educational Group (PEG) at its annual summit held last week in New Orleans, La.
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Do you have an attitude about money? Change it in 10 easy steps

Do you have an attitude about money? Change it in 10 easy stepsIt's no secret that African Americans face unique challenges to their financial security that are unlike those of white households. An estimated 42 percent of African American households use credit for basic expenses, such as rent, groceries and utilities, according to "The Challenge of Credit Card Debt for the African American Middle Class," (pdf), a report released last year by the NAACP. Moreover, 99 percent of blacks, who started new businesses using credit, are struggling to pay off those expenses, compared to just 80 percent of whites, the report says.
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SPPS principal Dr. Delores Henderson receives National Racial Equity Leadership Award

SPPS principal Dr. Delores Henderson receives National Racial Equity Leadership AwardSaint Paul Public Schools (SPPS) Principal Dr. Delores Henderson was honored with the 2014 Charles L. Hopson Racial Equity Principal Leadership award from the Pacific Educational Group (PEG) at its annual summit held last week in New Orleans, La.
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20 million children in need of after school programs

20 million children in need of after school programs(StatePoint) "America After 3 PM," a new survey commissioned by the Afterschool Alliance, finds that participation in afterschool programs has increased dramatically, from 6.5 million children in 2004 to 10.2 million today. Unmet demand has increased, as well. The parents of 19.4 million children not in afterschool programs say they would enroll their children if programs were available.
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