Minnesota Education Commissioner Brenda Cassellius went to Washington for President Barack Obama's announcement that 10 states including Minnesota are being freed of the strict and sweeping requirements of the No Child Left Behind education law.
A physically disabled young woman who spent years of her life isolated and unable to attend school in a rural Chinese fishing village is making her way around the United States telling a story of hope and progress.
A lesser-known facet of Nazi genocide is the topic of a new exhibit on display at St. Cloud State University. "The Nazi Persecution of Homosexuals 1933-1945" uses photographs and historical information to examine the lives lost during the Nazi regime.
No matter what your feeling on immigrant populations, they are here to stay, and we have a choice on how we decide to deal with it. At St. Cloud State, they're being proactive. Are you grown up enough to do the same?
State Education Commissioner Brenda Cassellius is going to Rochester to discuss the state's request for the waiver to sections of the federal No Child Left Behind law in the first stop in a statewide tour.
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