Posts Tagged ‘college and career readiness’

Experiencing MN’s Patterns of Exclusion in Advanced Coursework

In this day and age, we’re constantly told how much closer we are to equality than our predecessors, that the […]

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In the Homestretch of Session, What’s Up for Debate in Education? Kids Deserve a Deal

It’s the seventh-inning stretch at the Minnesota Legislature. And with a little over a month to go until the constitutionally-required […]

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Buckle Up! A Unique Session Ahead with High Stakes for Kids

The 2022 legislative session is about to begin, and it’s shaping up to be a unique year. For the first […]

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October 2021 Research Rundown

Welcome to EdAllies’ October Research Rundown; our curated list of recent, relevant research we think is worth adding to the […]

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As a First-Gen College Student, High-Level High School Courses Made the Difference in my Success

Going into my junior year of college, I’ve realized something crucial to my success—particularly as a first-generation student: The courses […]

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House Education Omnibus Bill: Some Good Policies with a Swing and a Miss on Teacher Licensure

This month, the Education Policy Committee released their omnibus bill—the single bill that packages all the K-12 policies the House […]

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Free College in High School? I’m Doing It, but Too Few Students in MN Know They Can Too

At the end of my sophomore year of high school, I enrolled in the Post-Secondary Enrollment Options (PSEO) program at […]

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2021 Legislative Session: Seven Issues We’re Working on for MN Kids

This legislative session, the stakes couldn’t be higher for Minnesota students, who have faced unprecedented disruption in their education. The […]

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December 2020 Research Rundown

Welcome to EdAllies’ December Research Rundown, our curated list of recent, relevant research we think is worth adding to the […]

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December 2019 Research Rundown

Welcome to EdAllies’ December Research Rundown: our curated list of recent, relevant research we think is worth adding to the […]

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