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Anoka-Hennepin Teachers Approve Contract

Teachers in Minnesota's largest school district have overwhelmingly approved a new labor contract after ten months at the bargaining table.

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Anoka-Hennepin Teachers Reach Tentative Agreement

Teachers have reached a tentative contract agreement in Minnesota's largest school district following 10 months of negotiations.

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Minneapolis Teachers Ratify 2-Year Contract

Minneapolis teachers have ratified a contract with the school district that takes steps toward smaller class sizes.

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Teachers in Minnesota Seek Test Clause in Contract

St. Paul teachers are battling the crush of student testing by seeking a contract clause curtailing standardized assessments.

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New Social Studies Standards Face Criticism

ST. CLOUD-- Social Studies standards for Minnesota's schools are being revised, but not without controversy. The proposed standards for kindergarten through 12th grade education are being criticized by both the political left and right

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Percentage of Teachers Taking Leave on Rise

In recent years, more and more teachers in Minnesota have taken medical leaves. While there are many factors for this, some educators in the St. Paul district says leaves are seen by some as a way to deal with mounting stress placed on teachers.

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Ad Campaign Announced To Attract New Teachers [AUDIO]

A non-profit organization says we'll actually have a teacher shortage in the upper midwest within 10 years. That's why the Bush Foundation says they've announced a $40 million advertising campaign to attract young people into the profession.

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House Group Approves New Ways To License Teachers

Less than a week after U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan scolded Minnesota for not having more ways for talented people to become teachers, a state House committee approved a bill that would do just that.

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