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Students challenged to keep learning this summer

Students challenged to keep learning this summerAs districts across the state wrap up their school year and release students for the summer, the Minnesota Department of Education is challenging students to keep exercising their brains.
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KIPP Stand Academy on the move

KIPP Stand Academy on the moveKIPP Stand Academy is on the move.
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Voyageur Outward Bound School partners with Ujamaa Place to challenge young African-American men to turn their lives around

Voyageur Outward Bound School partners with Ujamaa Place to challenge young African-American men to turn their lives aroundUjamaa Place is seeking to challenge young African-American men (ages 18-28) to change their behavior and turn their lives around to become productive members of their families and communities.
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Metro State honors students

Metro State honors studentsTen students were selected spring semester outstanding students at Metropolitan State and recognized during a special reception prior to the school's commencement ceremony.
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African American seniors receive 2014 Comcast Leaders and Achievers Scholarship

African American seniors receive 2014 Comcast Leaders and Achievers ScholarshipThe Comcast Foundation announced that four African-American seniors have been named 2014 recipients of the company's annual Leaders and Achievers Scholarship Program.
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Struggling schools leverage arts to improve student engagement

Struggling schools leverage arts to improve student engagementPerpich Center for Arts Education has chosen Bethune Elementary School in Minneapolis as one of four schools to participate in Turnaround Arts: Minnesota, a national initiative designed to narrow the achievement gap and improve student engagement through the arts.
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White House committee selects state agencies, Perpich Center and Arts Board, for prestigious arts initiative to help improve schools in Minnesota

White House committee selects state agencies, Perpich Center and Arts Board, for prestigious arts initiative to help improve schools in MinnesotaWashington, D.C. – The President's Committee on the Arts and the Humanities announced that Perpich Center for Arts Education in Golden Valley has been selected to direct the Minnesota program of the national arts education initiative, Turnaround Arts, to help turn around school performance.
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