New standardized test scores show Minnesota students made no overall improvement in math, reading or science this year and made little progress in closing achievement gaps between white and minority students.
Students at Minnesota's public colleges may have to brace for a tuition bump. Tuition freezes at the state's two postsecondary systems got bipartisan support the last time lawmakers set a budget. But legislators' appetites seem to have waned a bit this year.
The Sartell-St. Stephen school district is launching a study on how to upgrade its buildings in order to accommodate continued enrollment growth. The school board approved the hiring of architects to study district needs during their board meeting on Monday night.
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