Test scores from the National Assessment of Education Progress show that Minnesota students made little progress over the last decade in reading.
Test scores did not change significantly last year in 25 southwest Minnesota school districts that had special permission to begin the school year before Labor Day, according to a report.
Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., says he's still pushing for a law protecting gay and lesbian school students from discrimination, even though he recently withdrew the measure in committee.
The state education system lacks a method with which to evaluate school principals. A growing body of research highlights the crucial role school principals play in creating good environments for learning. With increasing pressure over the last decade to improve student achievement, a group of educators will develop the evaluation criteria.
Leaders of the East Metro Integration District will decide Wednesday whether to close the district's two schools.
Minnesota education officials have submitted the state's application for a competitive federal grant called "Race to the Top."
Several student-led events against bullying are taking place this week across Minnesota.
Community activists want Minneapolis Public School District to stop banking with Wells Fargo.
An eighth grade math teacher at Wayzata West middle school has won a $25,000 award.
Prospects for a federal bullying law are dim, despite the high profile of bullying over the past two years, including a White House summit to discuss the issue.
A vote next month to extend a property tax in the Anoka-Hennepin school district presents a problem for some voters, who are critical of a policy that addresses how bullying and harassment are handled in the schools.
The ACLU of Minnesota claims the depositions, emails and other files help show that its nearly three-year old claims against Tarek ibn Ziyad Academy are true.
Nearly half of Minnesota's 2,255 schools were not on track to meet Adequate Yearly Progress, a basis for measuring school performance in meeting requirements of the federal No Child Left Behind law.
With changes on the horizon for No Child Left Behind, state education officials want to change the manner by which schools are measured, but don't yet know how that will take shape.
Voters in Alexandria have overwhelmingly approved a property tax hike to pay for a new $65 million high school.