Posts Tagged ‘Equity’

Cruz-Guzman is Headed to Trial. Here’s What You Need to Know

This morning, the Minnesota Supreme Court issued a much-anticipated decision on whether to dismiss Cruz-Guzman v. State of Minnesota. The gist […]

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Centering the School Integration Conversation on What Matters Most

As kids around the state start their summer break, I’m anxiously tracking a court case that could have a huge […]

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The Education Conference Report is Out: Here’s What You Need to Know

For the past week, a legislative conference committee has been working to reconcile the differences between education bills that the […]

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What Broadband Infrastructure’s Got to Do with Educational Equity

In conversations about opportunity gaps, I very rarely hear about one tool that has become increasingly critical to student success, […]

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EdAllies at the Capitol: Our 2018 Priorities

The 2018 legislative session kicked off on Feb. 20, and since it’s a short session, things are already in full […]

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Caucus to Get Education Equity in Your Party’s Platform

On Tuesday, Feb. 6, Minnesota caucus-goers can shape their political parties’ priorities—and spark change for the state’s students and schools. […]

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The Court’s Role in Education: Why the Cruz-Guzman Lawsuit is a Big Deal

Today, the Minnesota Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in Cruz-Guzman v. State of Minnesota, a lawsuit alleging that the […]

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USDOE: MN’s ESSA Plan Needs Work on School Quality & Equity

Is Minnesota doing enough to make sure low-income students and students of color have equitable access to effective teachers? Or […]

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Urge Trump Administration to Close Discipline Disparities

Last Friday, the United States Commission on Civil Rights held a daylong hearing to investigate how school pushout disproportionately harms […]

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6 Reasons Why the “Parents Just Need to be More Involved” Argument Needs to Go

Working in education advocacy, I cannot tell you how many times I’ve heard, seen, or read the argument that parent […]

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Standing with Dreamers

6,255. That’s how many young Minnesotans are estimated to be directly impacted by President Trump’s decision yesterday to phase out the […]

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Minnesota MCA Results Were Flat (Again). Where Do We Go From Here?

This Monday, when MDE released the 2017 MCA results, I was hoping for the best: Big gains in math and […]

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Meet the First Class of EdVoices

When we founded EdAllies, we knew that a big part of our work would be fostering a new conversation about […]

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