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From Selma, Alabama to Minneapolis

From Selma, Alabama to Minneapolis

Sep. 20 |   MPS superintendent reflects on voting rights, proposed voter ID amendment   By Alleen Brown Contributing Writer   At a recent anti-voter ID amendment rally, Minneapolis Public Schools Supt. Bernadeia Johnson spoke to the crowd about...

Wanted: Northside residents with passion for helping families

Wanted: Northside residents with passion for helping families

Feb. 29 |     African American community members deliver message of the Zone   By Vickie Evans-Nash Contributing Writer  Later this summer, the Northside Achievement Zone (NAZ) will be hiring just under 30 people to fill new employment slots....

Helping prepare our high school seniors for college

Helping prepare our high school seniors for college

Feb. 8 |     Dear MPS partners and friends: January 20 was an exciting day in Minneapolis, as national leaders visited to focus on the work that we do every day to prepare students for college and career. U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan...

Time to choose the right school for your children’s success

Time to choose the right school for your children’s success

Jan. 4 |   Dear families, This is an exciting time of year. Teachers and students are settling back in their classrooms after winter break and have important work ahead in the last semester of the school year. Our kindergarten students are striving to...

The best gift for our students: supporting their education

The best gift for our students: supporting their education

Dec. 14 |     As we enter the holiday season and the season of giving, I wanted to reach out to our families and friends in Minneapolis. The best gift that a child can receive is your support in his or her pursuit of a high-quality education experience. There...

Minneapolis: A Tale of Two Cities

Minneapolis: A Tale of Two Cities

Nov. 16 |     By Charles Hallman Staff Writer   A new Minneapolis Foundation report claims that racial disparities and other factors have essentially changed Minneapolis into “two cities” — one for the haves and another for the have-nots....
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