Former Republican House Speaker Steve Sviggum's dispute with the University of Minnesota's Board of Regents is over. He resigned his position Thursday.
Officials in the Anoka-Hennepin School District are promising safer schools now that lawsuits over bullying have been settled.
Minnesota's largest school district on Monday voted to settle a pair of lawsuits over a policy that was criticized for failing to protect gay students from bullying.
The Anoka-Hennepin School District plans to vote tonight on an agreement with the U.S. Department of Justice and the U.S. Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights over a pending federal lawsuit.
A consent decree on the Anoka-Hennepin school board's work session agenda Monday night signals a possible lawsuit settlement.
A glimmer of good news came this week for Minnesota schools: More than $300 million borrowed from schools last year to balance the budget will be paid back. The problem: The state still owes schools $2.4 billion in deferred payments.
Charter schools in the Twin Cities metro area underperform academically in comparison to their traditional public counterparts, shows a report released today.
A bill making its way through the Legislature would allow school administrators to consider a teacher's performance in the classroom, instead of just seniority, when cutting jobs.
BlueSky Online Charter School, based in West St. Paul, has been under investigation by the Minnesota Department of Education for more than two years.
A task force reports that schools lack guidance on how best to use money intended to reduce the achievement gap between white students and racial minority students. The state spends $108 million annually on the program.
The Minnesota Department of Education is asking more businesses across the state to adopt schools.
When Steven Rosenstone took over as chancellor of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system almost six months ago, he promised big changes for the system's 31 schools.
You won't find breadfruit at your local grocery store, mainly because it has an extremely short shelf life. But a Minnesota-based non-profit group wants to help people in developing countries turn the fruit into flour.
Many students work to put themselves through college. But the number of hours they work puts their studies at risk, and worries university administrators.
Minnesota's education commissioner heard arguments Thursday over whether an online charter school should be shut down.