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Nov 27th

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OUR STORIES | Natalie Rasmussen tells how Summatech worked at Minneapolis North High

OUR STORIES | Natalie Rasmussen tells how Summatech worked at Minneapolis North HighMilken Educator Award winner Natalie Rasmussen taught at Minneapolis North High for 20 years, including the Summatech years. In 2010, Rasmussen took a new job at the Blake School, as chair of its PreK-12 science department.
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Launching of STEAM Academy in Nigeria by Grace Restoration International (GRI).

Launching of STEAM Academy in Nigeria by Grace Restoration International (GRI).Education is known to be the epitome of change in any society.

Overtime time, knowledge is either not sought or taken for granted. The common adage "knowledge is power" can be deceptive if not used positively to create change required for the 21st century.
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Mayor Coleman appoints Eyenga Bokamba as director of Sprockets

Mayor Coleman appoints Eyenga Bokamba as director of SprocketsBokamba will lead Saint Paul's out-of-school-time network.

St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman has appointed Eyenga Bokamba as the new director of Sprockets, Saint Paul's out-of-school-time network.
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MABL honors Bernadeia Johnson for courageous leadership

MABL honors Bernadeia Johnson for courageous leadershipMinneapolis Public Schools (MPS) superintendent, Dr. Bernadeia Johnson, was honored on Saturday, Nov. 9, by the Minnesota Association of Black Lawyers (MABL) for her courageous leadership in eliminating the achievement gap for minority students in Minneapolis. Johnson received the 2013 Profiles in Courage Award, an annual recognition award bestowed on individuals who demonstrate courage and excellence in their leadership.
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Minnehaha Academy students receive academic recognition

Minnehaha Academy students receive academic recognitionThree Minnehaha Academy students, Aaron Williams, Zoey Twyford and Tianna Briese received recognition as National Merit Awardees. These students received the designation of National Achievement Outstanding Participants by scoring in the top 3% of more than 160,000 African-Americans who requested consideration in the 2014 National Achievement Program when they took the 2012 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test.

Way to Grow and Urban Ventures announce partnership: Parent-child program for preschool-aged children and their families starts this January

Way to Grow and Urban Ventures announce partnership: Parent-child program for preschool-aged children and their families starts this JanuaryIn January 2014, Way to Grow will open a parent-child program for preschool-aged children and their families, called PALS (Parent-Child Activities Lead to School Readiness), on the campus of Urban Ventures, 2924 4th Ave S, Minneapolis.
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Lt. Governor Prettner Solon challenges Minnesota schools to increase breakfast access

Lt. Governor Prettner Solon challenges Minnesota schools to increase breakfast accessEarlier this month, Lt. Governor Yvonne Prettner Solon served breakfast at Pillsbury Elementary School 2250 Garfield Street NE, Minneapolis, MN 5541 to raise awareness of child hunger and its impact on education. The Lt. Governor was joined by Education Commissioner Brenda Cassellius, Minneapolis School Superintendent Bernadeia Johnson, Pillsbury Principal Laura Cavender, and Ellie Lucas of Hunger Free Minnesota. 
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