Insight News

Sunday
Feb 14th

Education

High-achieving first-year students honored at Tuskegee University

High-achieving first-year students honored at Tuskegee UniversityTUSKEGEE, Ala. – More than 200 students from the Class of 2016 at Tuskegee University were recognized for their academic successes Feb. 1. Held by the Office of the Provost, the Recognition of Students’ Outstanding Fall 2012 Achievement program awarded certificates to students earning 3.25 and above GPAs.
Read more...
 

Senator Franken discusses student mental health services; reads to first graders at Elizabeth Hall International Academy in North Minneapolis

Senator Franken discusses student mental health services; reads to first graders at Elizabeth Hall International Academy in North MinneapolisU.S. Sen. Al Franken (D-MN) read to first graders on Tuesday, Feb. 19, at Elizabeth Hall International Academy in north Minneapolis as part of I Love to Read Month.
Read more...

Cross-culture within culture: South High School UMOJA recognizes, reflects diversity of African American students

Cross-culture within culture: South High School UMOJA recognizes, reflects diversity of African American studentsTo celebrate Black History Month, Minneapolis' South High School student group UMOJA hosted National African American Parent Involvement Day (NAAPID) in the school's media center.
Read more...

Senator Champion gives kids tour of Capitol

Senator Champion gives kids tour of CapitolRecently at the Capitol, Senator Bobby Joe Champion (DFL – Minneapolis) gave students from Banaadir Academy a tour of the building.
Read more...

Black History goes like this

Black History goes like thisAsk most youth about black history and it will go something like this: black people were slaves and then Abe Lincoln set them free. After that, Martin Luther King Jr. marched and Rosa Parks said no to a white man on a bus so that black people could sit in the front even though most of the time they still sit in the back. Then, Obama became president and the struggle was over.
Read more...

Senator Champion gives kids tour of Capitol

Senator Champion gives kids tour of CapitolRecently at the Capitol, Senator Bobby Joe Champion (DFL – Minneapolis) gave students from Banaadir Academy a tour of the building. The Banaadir Academy is a charter school in Minneapolis that promotes “a safe, caring environment for diverse students.” When Sen. Champion showed the kids the basement in the Capitol, one of them asked, “Can you drive cars through the tunnel?”
Read more...

MPS wants students back

A Minneapolis Public Schools (MPS) program that helps former and current students obtain their high school diploma is reaching out to those who attended MPS between 2000 and 2012 and need to pass one or more state tests to graduate high school. 
Read more...
Page 41 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