Education commissioner responds to test scores and end of legislative session
The latest math and reading test scores show minimal improvement, and the large racial achievement gap persists. The 2011 legislature has adjourned without a K-12 education bill. Minnesota might get federal money in a new round of "Race to the Top." What's your priority for education?
- Brenda Cassellius: Minnesota Commissioner of Education. 20-year career as a classroom teacher, administrator and superintendent. Most recently superintendent of the East Metro Integration District and Associate Superintendent of Minneapolis Public Schools. Academic Superintendent of Middle Schools in Memphis, Tenn.
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