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May 22nd

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Brooklyn Park woman selected outstanding undergraduate nursing student

Brooklyn Park woman selected outstanding undergraduate nursing student

Sarah Nyamari has a knack for receiving stellar student honors. 

In 2009, she was selected outstanding student at Hennepin Technical College (HTC), where she was also chosen the school’s student commencement speaker.  And now the Brooklyn Park woman has been selected as an outstanding student at Metropolitan State University.

 

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College fair introduces youth to HBCUs

College fair introduces youth to HBCUs

St. Peters African Methodist Episcopal Church in partnership with AchieveMpls held the third annual Historically Black College and University (HBCU) College Fair.

Arnise Roberson, director of AchieveMpls Career and College Initiative, and member of St. Peters African Methodist Episcopal Church organized the college fair. The event was attended by more than 600 prospective students and parents.

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Journalism camp teaches importance of free speech

Journalism camp teaches importance of free speech

For the past 10 years, high school students from across the Twin Cities have been coming to the University of St. Thomas to attend ThreeSixty Journalism’s summer camps.

The experience is a kind of laboratory experiment for the students who participate. It mixes the teenage youthful spirit with a dose of gender, age, ethnic and income diversity and a chance to work together as journalists with professionals in the field.

Image: Yusra Mohamud from Minnetonka High School participated in the Intermediate Camp in 2011.

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Sanchez Beltran awarded “Beat the Odds” scholarship

Sanchez Beltran awarded “Beat the Odds” scholarship

Roosevelt High School senior Eduardo Sanchez Beltran on March 16 was awarded a $4,000 “Beat the Odds” scholarship from the Children’s Defense Fund (CDF) – Minnesota.

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Target to renovate three school libraries

On Monday, Apr. 23, 2012, Target announced that it plans to impact 150 elementary schools through its 2012 Target School Library Makeover program.

Target will renovate libraries at 32 elementary schools in partnership with The Heart of America and will revisit each of the 118 schools that previously received a Target School Library Makeover to provide additional reading resources for students and teachers.

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Contract a cornerstone of reform efforts

On Tuesday, April 17, the Minneapolis Board of Education approved a new two-year labor contract with the Minneapolis Federation of Teachers (MFT) that supports and advances student achievement. The teachers’ union and MPS reached agreement on key issues such as providing students with more time to learn, allowing teachers more time to effectively prepare for classes each day and establishing a more collaborative and focused professional development plan.

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Artika Tyner: Education policy reform motivates leadership scholar

Artika Tyner: Education policy reform motivates leadership scholar

Artika Tyner received her B.A. from Hamline University (Major: English; Certificate: Conflict Studies). Due to her passion for advocating for social and educational policy reform, she decided to pursue graduate studies at the University of St. Thomas. Tyner obtained her Juris Doctor, Masters of Public Policy and Leadership, and Doctorate in Leadership. Dr. Tyner's dissertation is entitled Planting People, Growing Justice: The Role of the New Social Justice Lawyer. (It is a case study of lawyers as leaders.)

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