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St. Paul, Minnesota
Education Reporter — Minnesota Public Radio
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Education reporter at MPR News. Occasional creator of video. SD native. Married to @JenPost1. Father of two great education sources, Maddie and Janey.

Minnesota could drop the number of required tests for students

Minnesota could drop the number of required tests for students

Charges: Special ed teacher inappropriately touched students

mprnews.org — A special education teacher has been charged with multiple felony counts, including inappropriate contact with special needs students at two Anoka county schools and possessing inappropriate pictures of students.

Minneapolis school district lays off 160

mprnews.org — The layoffs, which take effect June 30, include a mix of part-time and full-time school employees from all departments.

Minneapolis school district to lay off more than 100

mprnews.org — District officials expect to eliminate approximately 120 administrative positions. Six-hundred people currently work at the district's headquarters in north Minneapolis.

East African student teachers hope to connect with younger versions of themselves

Minneapolis school district plans new education and career center

mprnews.org — The center will give students a chance to earn a high school diploma or a GED. It will also offer college credit opportunities, career certification, internships and apprenticeships.

Minneapolis school district plans new education and career center

mprnews.org — The center will give students a chance to earn a high school diploma or a GED. It will also offer college credit opportunities, career certification, internships and apprenticeships.

In its first year, all-day kindergarten a big hit

mprnews.org — Before this year, 54 percent of students had access to all-day kindergarten. In some school districts, parents had to pay as much as $4,000 a year for the option.

When a teacher is out, a substitute is hard to find

mprnews.org — When Brainerd, Minn., school officials can't find a substitute teacher, they get creative. That can mean asking teachers to give up preparation time to cover for a colleague. "We've had to have them come into the other room that we may have not been able to fill a sub in and cover the classroom for that portion of the day," Superintendent Klint Willert said.
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Mar 28, 2015

A guy walks into a restaurant with the same shoes as me. My daughter secretly photographs. pic.twitter.com/q6o2NfmTD4

Mar 27, 2015

RT @MPRnews: LIVE on #Periscope: On-air: Education Commissioner Brenda Cassellius ask your questions now periscope.tv/w/VvazOTE4NTQ0…

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