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St. Paul Public Schools invests over $1 million in California-based equity training — Evidence of reduced Black suspensions still inconclusive

St. Paul Public Schools invests over $1 million in California-based equity training — Evidence of reduced Black suspensions still inconclusive

Aug. 7 |       By Charles Hallman Staff Writer   St. Paul Public Schools (SPPS) in 2010 began a five-year training plan to improve racial equity “at all levels” of the district. This year, the SPPS board voted five-to-one July 16 to...

Courageous Conversations program confronts systemic racism in education

Courageous Conversations program confronts systemic racism in education

Jul. 10 |   Acknowledging that ‘race matters’ is a first step in reducing Black suspensions       By Charles Hallman Staff Writer   In the recent MSR six-part series on Black suspensions, several school districts — including...

Schools seek remedies to racial suspension gap

Schools seek remedies to racial suspension gap

Jun. 12 |       By Charles Hallman Staff Writer   Black students nationwide are suspended at least twice more frequently than any other student group and up to three times more often in many Twin Cities metro area urban and suburban school...

Black school suspensions twice the population rates  in St. Paul suburbs

Black school suspensions twice the population rates in St. Paul suburbs

Jun. 5 |   Claims of progress challenged         By Charles Hallman Staff Writer   FIFTH IN A SERIES   According to 2010-11 and 2011-12 Minnesota Department of Education (MDE) suspension data, nine of 11 St. Paul suburban school...