The ads will air in Minnesota, South Dakota and North Dakota. The foundation expects half of the three states' 50,000 teachers will leave their jobs or retire in the next decade.
Many of those who thought school would a good place to ride out tough times are emerging from colleges, master's degrees in hand, and finding little improvement in the job market.
The death of bin Laden is welcomed, but they don't feel much safer from the threat of terrorism.
The University of Minnesota is cutting the amount of scholarship money that goes to some of its neediest students.
The Education Department says BlueSky Online's curriculum doesn't meet state standards. It's the first time the state has made such a move.
Parents of college-bound high school seniors may grow tired of all the phone calls this spring -- not from their friends, but from schools hoping to lure them to campus.
There is good news for those about to finish college: The job market for new graduates is looking up, but competition will be stiff.
A Minnesota Senate committee has approved a measure allowing the University of Minnesota to decide where alcohol is served at the TCF Bank football stadium.
As the cost of earning a college degree continues to increase, some students have found a way to lower their tuition bills: earn a four-year degree in three years.
Steve Sviggum will resign his teaching position at the University of Minnesota in order to keep a spot on the school's board of regents.
A committee at the University of Minnesota decided Wednesday that former speaker of the house Steve Sviggum faces a conflict of interest if he holds both of his positions at the university. So now, he has a decision to make.
The Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system is studying the potential for consolidation and alignment among some of its schools in southwestern Minnesota.
Four years ago, MnSCU had 80,000 students over the age of 25. Today that number is close to 100,000. That's created a need for a special kind of class for these new students.
A special committee at the University of Minnesota has begun its investigation into whether newly appointed Regent Steve Sviggum faces a conflict of interest because he also teaches at the university.
Two Minnesota colleges are bringing home students studying in Japan, because of safety concerns after last week's earthquake and tsunami and the current nuclear crisis.