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Oct 02nd

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Emebet Fantahun selected Metropolitan State University outstanding student

Emebet Fantahun selected Metropolitan State University outstanding studentAn Eagan woman and Ethiopian native has been selected a spring semester outstanding student at Metropolitan State University.
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Educating future nurses: Tickets out of poverty

Educating future nurses: Tickets out of povertySometimes, an airplane ride can change a person's life.

Rachelle Simmons was college visiting in Baltimore with her son, and noted something unique.
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KIPP Stand Academy to become KIPP North Star Academy

KIPP Stand Academy to become KIPP North Star AcademyKIPP Stand Academy is now KIPP North Star Academy.

Alvin Abraham, executive director of KIPP Minnesota, announced at the 2014 KIPP School Summit in Houston, that the school has officially changed its name to KIPP North Star Academy effective immediately.
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PARENTING: Tips to make playtime educational and fun

PARENTING: Tips to make playtime educational and fun(StatePoint) Playtime should be fun, but who says it can't also be beneficial to kids? From imaginative play that expands creativity to toys that develop crucial motor skills, kids' play can be a time when learning and fun go hand in hand.
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All-day kindergarten across Minnesota

All-day kindergarten across MinnesotaSchool districts across Minnesota are getting ready this week for all-day kindergarten.
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Minneapolis school district shows positive trends in reading, math, science

Minneapolis school district shows positive trends in reading, math, scienceMinneapolis Public Schools (MPS) continues to see positive trends in MCA results for almost all student subgroups in reading, math and science. One of the more notable academic improvements was among students who participated in last school year's mid-year strategies, an increase of six percentage points. Additionally, student gains in both reading and math at grades five and eight significantly outpaced those at the state level. District-wide math and science results increased one percent, while reading results remained steady.
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Harvest Network of Schools expands

Harvest Network of Schools expandsThis back-to-school season has been a busy one for the Harvest Network of Schools, as it welcomed 1,355 scholars – the network's largest enrollment since its doors first school opened in 1992.
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