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EDUCATION

Duluth is a hotbed of a growing national trend focused on moving preschool classrooms outdoors.
At the Monday, May 16, regular meeting, school board members approved allowing for a public comment period, but not without rules and for one school board member, not without some hesitation.
By the Echo Press Editorial Board
Fourth-grade students get hands-on experience in how water works and how to maintain water quality

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On behalf of his partnership with and contribution to the Osakis community, school leaders want to honor his legacy. Music is being provided by the Red Letter Band.
The House DFL-led proposal would use the state’s historic $9.25 billion budget surplus to boost education funding by $3.3 billion into 2025. The Senate proposal does not call for significant new spending and instead would push to boost reading proficiency scores.
After obtaining his associate degree at Normandale Community College, Elliot Tanner enrolled at the University of Minnesota for his bachelor’s at age 11.
Planning for the degree program began in 2018 with the help of a $600,000 grant initiative from a sustainability foundation.
Thirteen teams of eighth grade students took part in the challenge at the Alexandria Technical and Community College
Her first and only teaching position has been in her central Minnesota hometown of Onamia.

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Data from the 2020-2021 school year offers first look at how pandemic has affected pre-k education
A southwestern North Dakota dental practice has started using VELscope, a revolutionary device using LED light sources to identify abnormalities down to the bone. That deep look can help detect problems much earlier than just a glance. April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month.
Search begins for principal position at Discovery Middle School.

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