Tim Post on Muck Rack

Tim Post Verified

St. Paul, Minnesota
Education Reporter — Minnesota Public Radio
As seen in:  Minnesota Public Radio

Education reporter at MPR News. Occasional creator of video. SD native. Married to @JenPost1. Father of two great education sources, Maddie and Janey.

School officials say Dayton's education budget falls short

mprnews.org — Gov. Dayton's two-year budget plan doesn't offer enough to parts of the state's education budget, some school officials complained Tuesday. Dayton's $42 billion budget increases funding for preschools, K-12 schools and higher education by $511 million. A $174 million increase to the state's per-pupil funding formula amounts to a 1 percent increase in each of the next two years.

St. Paul schools take up proposed gender inclusion policy

School closing decisions a matter of degree(s)

mprnews.org — Minnesota school leaders say it's always tough to make the call to close schools due to weather, though technology's made the decision a bit easier.

Five Mpls. schools may experiment with running independently

mprnews.org — If their plans are approved by the school board this spring, school leaders would get the freedom to make decisions on budgets, hiring, scheduling and curriculum.

St. Paul schools expect 10 years of modest enrollment growth

mprnews.org — The St. Paul school district expects to add between 1,500 and 3,000 students in the next decade, an increase of between 4 and 8 percent. District leaders say that would be modest but welcome growth after 10 years of overall decline. The enrollment projections, which go before the St.

School closing decisions a matter of degree(s)

mprnews.org — Minnesota school leaders say it's always tough to make the call to close schools due to weather, though technology's made the decision a bit easier.

Cold shuts Anoka-Hennepin, Mpls. schools; no statewide order

mprnews.org — Two of the three largest districts in the state will be closed Wednesday because of the forecast for bitter cold. St. Paul schools will be open. State officials say there will be no statewide closing order.

Students say sex ed club will be better than health class

mprnews.org — Students at St. Louis Park High School say learning about sex ed in class doesn't allow for meaningful discussion. They say teens are more likely listen to peers than teachers.

After embarrassing audit, education group tries to rebuild its reputation

mprnews.org — Faced with past financial mismanagement and a $1.3 million deficit, Technology, Information and Education Services wants to hold on to the 49 school districts its serves.

Mpls. schools start search for new chief as Johnson exits

mprnews.org — Bernadeia Johnson said Tuesday she'll leave in January. The board may launch a nationwide search, but some say the best choice may be in-house.
More Articles →
Jan 28, 2015

@amatos12 I may have to photoshop that into some other photos.

Jan 28, 2015

I look like such a dummy in your photo @amatos12. Standing there with my mic in the air like I just don't care. pic.twitter.com/prZhfEh0nP

Jan 28, 2015

RT @newscut: After actual bombings, just about any threat could be credible bit.ly/1zcuoZo

Jan 28, 2015

RT @MikeORourkenews: After 36-plus years at the @brd_dispatch I'm retiring this Friday. Here's my last column for the paper. brainerddispatch.com/opinion/column…

Jan 28, 2015

@MPS_News says a bomb threat closed SW High School. No "unsafe" material found during sweep this morning. #SWupdates @SWLakers @MPRnews

Jan 28, 2015

Still waiting for @MPS_News update on threat that closed Southwest HS. Police investigating. School on tomorrow.

Learn how to connect with Tim on social media by joining Muck Rack Pro



Are You a Journalist?

Make a Portfolio

Create a free Muck Rack account to customize your profile and upload a portfolio of your best work.


Share This Profile