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Jul 30th

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MPS ranked third nationally in improving student achievement

Minneapolis Public Schools is among the top three urban districts, nationally, in improving student achievement, according to a new study comparing urban school districts and their rural or suburban counterparts.
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Girls learn about trades, nontraditional career options

Young girls from Minneapolis spent a recent Saturday gaining hands-on experience in trades and nontraditional job fields. Part of the 9th annual YWCA Power Girls events, more than 50 girls participated in the day-long workshop at Dunwoody College of Technology.
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Admission Possible recruiting sophomores for free college prep program

Admission Possible, the nonprofit organization providing college preparatory programming to low-income high school students for free, is recruiting now through mid-April for sophomores interested in obtaining a college education.  Applications are being accepted from eligible sophomores by Admission Possible staff at each of  the 19 Greater Twin Cities partner high schools, including two new partner schools.  Students in attendance at other high schools may contact Admission Possible headquarters to apply at (651) 917-3525 or info@admissionpossible.org.
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Students mentoring students

Students mentoring studentsFor the last six months WE WIN Institute has been executing a mentoring program at Cooper High School in Robbinsdale. Principal Michael Favor was looking for ways to address the needs of freshmen students at his school. With a school that is almost 50 percent students of African descent, Favor is fixated on the success of all students. His vision is to support freshmen from day one, to assure they are on the right track to be the best and the brightest.
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Coloring and essay contest honors of World Water Day

Dow Water Solutions, a business unit of The Dow Chemical Company (Dow), and a global leader in water purification, seawater desalination, contamination removal and water reuse solutions, will sponsor a variety of water awareness contests in conjunction with World Water Day March 22, 2009, an international day to celebrate freshwater.
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Employment Action Center provide academic and career guidance

Since the 1980s, the Employment Action Center has been providing employment services to the Twin Cities. In 1986, the city of Minneapolis began funding EAC’s Minneapolis youth program.
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100 Strong Who Care: Building Bridges for the Next Generation

Many bridges of hope and admiration were built at Cityview Performing Arts Magnet School on February 18 and 19.

The Minneapolis School District and Twin Cities Black Employment Network (TC-BEN) have partnered to present the first annual 100 Strong Who Care: Building Bridges for the Next Generation.

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