The gubernatorial campaign of Scott Jensen and Matt Birk on Tuesday presented a 10-point education plan, including vouchers for private schools, curriculum restrictions, privatization schemes and promises to micromanage already overburdened educators with redundant paperwork.
Education Minnesota launched the latest phase of its paid media efforts Monday with back-to-school ads as part of its “Believe in ‘We’” campaign.
Addressing the educator shortage must be part of any comprehensive plan to improve student learning after scores on the 2021 Minnesota Comprehensive Assessments qualified hundreds of schools for additional state support.
In the wake of a lawsuit challenging what Becker teachers called a “gag order,” the Becker School Board voted at a special meeting Tuesday night to rescind its restrictive communications policy.
A sweeping policy of prior-restraint against the speech of its staff has prompted a lawsuit against the Becker Public School District by the union representing its teachers.
Education Minnesota has endorsed 57 candidates for the Minnesota Legislature, including six members of the union.
Education Minnesota has endorsed Jen Schultz’s campaign for the U.S. House of Representatives from Minnesota’s 8th Congressional District in northeastern Minnesota.
Educators in Becker pledged to stay vigilant for policies that would hinder their ability to provide the education their students deserve after the local school board tabled a policy Monday night to ban so-called “divisive” concepts from district schools.
Education Minnesota has endorsed Angie Craig’s campaign for reelection to the U.S. House of Representatives.
A federal appeals court has rejected claims by three teachers that Education Minnesota must pay refunds and damages for collecting “fair-share” fees for the 40 years before June 2018, when the U.S. Supreme Court ruled the practice was unconstitutional.