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Families, educators, and students themselves need a voice in conversations about education practices and policymaking. Through the EdAllies blog, we elevate diverse perspectives to foster a candid dialogue about what students need and how schools can support them. We also regularly report back on our policy work, keeping our partners in-the-know on key issues.
On The Blog
Atypical Symptoms of Autism Meant My Daughter Went Years Without the School Support We Needed
As a First-Gen College Student, High-Level High School Courses Made the Difference in my Success
If Schools Refuse to Support Children Who Need Special Education Services, Where Should Parents Turn?
House Education Omnibus Bill: Some Good Policies with a Swing and a Miss on Teacher Licensure
Free College in High School? I’m Doing It, but Too Few Students in MN Know They Can Too
It’s a Pandemic, Don’t Leave Students Out of the Mental Health Conversation
Implicit Bias in Distance Learning: Students Weigh-In on Educators’ Expectations
Minnesota Needs More Pathways Into the Classroom, But Concerns with PELSB Process Persist
Pandemic-EBT Will Put $114M in the Hands of MN Families—If We Can Get the Word Out
Finding My Place in Project-Based Learning and Social Justice During a Pandemic
As a New Father, Minnesota’s Failure to Support and Educate Black Children is Front and Center
My Daughter’s Disability Was Not Her Destiny—and the Right School Made all the Difference