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MN parents told reading scores expected to drop

8:58 AM, Jun 7, 2013

Minnesota parents have been warned that their children may receive lower test scores now that the state has adopted new national benchmarks known as the Common Core State Standards.

Job tips for new graduates from The Right Staff

3:01 AM, Jun 1, 2013

Ted Chalupsky from The Right Staff is back to share the current state of the job market along with tips for new graduates.

Sorting through the college application process

12:24 PM, May 30, 2013

If you have a student who's starting to sort through the maze of applying to college you know how complicated and expensive it can get.

Minneapolis charter school receives national award

8:15 AM, May 9, 2013

A Minneapolis charter school is being recognized for their efforts to close the academic achievement gap.

Minnesota's new teacher of the year visit KARE 11 Sunrise

7:50 AM, May 6, 2013

A St. Paul science teacher has been named Minnesota's Teacher of the Year for 2013. Megan Olivia Hall teaches grades 7-12 at the Open World Learning Community in St. Paul.

New phone app makes college planning easier

7:15 PM, Apr 30, 2013

A new app is helping high school students learn more about prospective colleges.

MCA online tests crashing in Minnesota districts

5:43 PM, Apr 25, 2013

For the last two weeks, testing has crashed in hundreds of school districts across the state.

Minn. school testing system has more problems

9:01 AM, Apr 24, 2013

Minnesota school districts are still having problems with the new statewide online proficiency testing system.

Minnesota House passes education budget

7:57 PM, Apr 23, 2013

Minnesota lawmakers spent hours Tuesday debating a school funding package that would pay for all-day kindergarten.

Anoka students shine a spotlight on disabilities

9:02 AM, Apr 18, 2013

One by one, students appear in the video they know their entire school will see.  While teens tend to shun labels, these students willingly show theirs.

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