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Students at for-profit colleges more likely to benefit from federal coronavirus...

Students at Minnesota's for-profit colleges and universities were more likely to get a windfall from federal COVID-19 aid for students than those enrolled at...

Thousands of Minnesota students still don’t have internet for distance learning

Myisha Holley's family didn't have internet at home when the COVID-19 pandemic hit. She was finishing her college degree and helping her three middle...

Minnesota’s most vulnerable students may have lost a year of learning...

Sizi Goyah motivates his Brooklyn Center High School math students by dancing, singing and rapping through algebra and calculus.  But when Minnesota schools switched to...

Minnesota schools can reopen if COVID-19 spread is under control, Walz...

Minnesota school districts will be allowed to hold in-person school this fall if the spread of COVID-19 is under control in their communities and...

What are the pros and cons of reopening schools this fall?

As Minnesota parents await a decision from Gov. Tim Walz about the start of the fall 2020 school year, the debate over reopening schools...

No lawsuit immunity for universities

Universities and colleges have joined corporations in lobbying Congress for sweeping immunity from lawsuits if workers, students, or customers get COVID-19 while on the...

Pandemic, Trump immigration policies wreaking havoc on students — and the U

The pandemic and the Trump administration’s anti-immigration policies have created vast uncertainty for international students — and the University of Minnesota’s finances and educational landscape.  The...

Teachers write: We are committed to ending racial injustice in our...

Juneteenth is supposed to be a momentous and jubilant occasion, the oldest national commemoration of the end of slavery in the United States.  The celebration...

’11-year-olds are aware…and they’re fed up’: Teachers, parents tackle difficult conversations...

Triasia Givens first had the talk with her son when he was 3. She didn’t want him to be shocked by racism, so she explained...

COVID-19 heightens fears about child hunger over summer break

Schools across the state saw their meal counts plummet this spring despite their efforts to make free meals accessible to families — amplifying concerns...