Organizers of an anti-bullying summit in St. Paul Friday say they're glad the issue is getting wider attention, but schools still have more to do.
The Anoka-Hennepin school board is scrapping its plan for replacing a policy on sexual orientation curriculum matters.
Two key GOP lawmakers want the federal government to reject Minnesota's application for a waiver from the No Child Left Behind law.
The state's teachers union says the lack of a contract deadline has left more than half of Minnesota school districts without a contract.
Longtime state Rep. Mindy Greiling, DFL-Roseville, announced today that she will not seek re-election this November.
Historian Taylor Branch spoke at Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter Monday in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
The family of Jack Jablonski, the 16-year old Benilde-St. Margaret's student who was paralyzed during a high school hockey game, is calling on the sport's governing body to better enforce existing rules.
Leaders of Minnesota's largest school district are still wrestling with whether to replace a controversial sexual orientation policy with a new policy that has also drawn plenty of criticism.
The study by Macalester College's Center for School Change looked at students enrolling in 'dual credit' programs, which allow students to earn high school and college credit. Study authors are encouraging lawmakers to consider ways to continue boosting enrollment
A neurosurgeon at Hennepin County Medical Center said surgery has confirmed high school hockey player Jack Jablonski has a severed spinal cord and won't walk again.
The organization that oversees high school sports in Minnesota is reminding hockey coaches about hitting from behind, after a 16-year old was paralyzed last week during a game.
More than 100 Minnesota school districts have reached new contract deals with their teachers.
More than 60 people have applied for a task force that will study bullying in Minnesota schools.
The U.S. Education Department wants more information on Minnesota's request for a waiver from the No Child Left Behind law.
Minnesota will receive $45 million in federal education money from the competitive grant program known as Race to the Top, specifically to enhance early childhood education programs.