Insight News

Sunday
Feb 14th

Education

MPS decision to expand moratorium is major step towards racial equity

MPS decision to expand moratorium is major step towards racial equityEarlier this month Minneapolis Public Schools (MPS) released a statement that the district would "suspend suspensions" for all non-violent behavior.

ISAIAH president the Rev. Paul Slack said the move is one in the right direction.
Read more...
 

UNCF Empower Me Tour activates eighth season of student upliftment

UNCF Empower Me Tour activates eighth season of student upliftmentThe UNCF Empower Me Tour (EMT) – a free, traveling college- and career- readiness road show sponsored by UNCF (United Negro College Fund), the country's largest and most effective minority education organization – will begin its eighth season with the Tour's Twin Cities stop at University of St. Thomas on Saturday, October 10, 2015.
Read more...

LSAT Practice Test

LSAT Practice TestLearn what to expect and how you'd score on the exam with a free proctored LSAT Practice Test from Kaplan Test Prep.

Date & Time:
Saturday, November 14, 2015
12:30 PM - 4:45 PM
Read more...

Students get the red carpet treatment at Movie Star Camp film premiere

Students get the red carpet treatment at Movie Star Camp film premiereIt's not often that a middle-schooler stands on a red carpet and gets asked, "So who are you wearing tonight?" but questions like that were all part of the fun at a recent red carpet presentation Thursday, Sept. 17, at the premiere of two films shot this summer during Robbinsdale Area Schools Community Education's Movie Star Camp. The premiere was held at FAIR School Crystal.
Read more...

AfricanAncestry.com launches The Ultimate Selfie student program to help educators connect Black identity to excellence and achievement

AfricanAncestry.com launches The Ultimate Selfie student program to help educators connect Black identity to excellence and achievementWASHINGTON, D.C. –Selfies can be manufactured, self-impressions of how we want the world to see us.

But what do they really say about who we are? African Ancestry, Inc., the Black-owned technology company that pioneered genetics ancestry tracing for people of African descent, has created a student program to help educators get to the root of that question. The Ultimate Selfie ... Connecting Identities to Excellence & Achievement (TUS), the customizable program is designed for grades 6 – 12 and college students.
Read more...

Governor Dayton wants high school students to GEAR UP

Governor Dayton wants high school students to GEAR UPIn recognition of the urgent need to help low-income and underrepresented students prepare for a postsecondary education Gov. Mark Dayton kicked off a week of GEAR UP proclaiming Sept. 21st-25th Minnesota GEAR Up Week.
Read more...

It’s time to talk calendar!

It’s time to talk calendar!Did you love or hate when school started this year? Do you wish your kids had more time home over holidays, or do you prefer a longer summer? Well, now’s your chance to share those feelings.
Read more...
Page 2 of 107

Recent Comments

Powered by Disqus



Facebook Twitter RSS Image Map

Latest show

  • October 20, 2015
    Jessica Jackson, co-pastor, Impact Living Christian Center in South Minneapolis.

Business & Community Service Network