InforMNs: Innovation for Minnesota Schools
InforMNs, Innovations for Minnesota Schools, is a web site created by TIES for teachers and those who support technology in the classroom.  TIES has been supporting teachers through InforMNs and Internet- based learning resources since 1993.

New William Mitchell president starts today

The new president and dean of William Mitchell College of Law takes over Wednesday.

Menomonie school board president accused of theft
MENOMONIE, Wis. (AP) — A University of Wisconsin-Stout employee accused of stealing from the school is free on bond.

Minneapolis students' experiment lost in space rocket explosion
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The failed launch of a rocket ship bound for the International Space Station was especially disheartening for engineering

Minnesota licensing hurdles frustrate out-of-state teachers

It should soon be easier for Kirstin Rogers and educators like her to be licensed to teach in Minnesota.

State testing changes complicated by MCAs glitches, legislation

The tests Minnesota students are required to take will remain on educators' minds over the summer break.

Minnesota's teacher gap: Low-income students taught by fewer tenured teachers

Minnesota is taking aim at social and institutional forces that put the least-experienced and least-qualified teachers in the state's neediest schools.

St. Paul school board: Hardy reverses course, will run for re-election

Acknowledging an about-face on his promise not to run for re-election without his party's endorsement, Keith Hardy said he will seek a third term on the St. Paul Board of Education.

Education notes: News from schools near you
Education notes DAKOTA COUNTY -- Lakeville schools presented four Friends of Education awards in May for outstanding contributions to district

Regents approve UMN tuition hikes

Out-of-state students at the University of Minnesota will be hit with their biggest tuition hike in a decade this fall, but it could have been worse.

St. Paul OKs 2015-16 school budget that avoids teacher cuts

The St. Paul school board on Tuesday night passed a $698 million budget that boosts school-level spending by 3 percent while reducing administration and protecting teachers from layoffs this fall.

Top grads 2015: St. Paul

Meet the top 2015 graduates from St. Paul.

Just add students: Sweet Briar rescue plan wins judge's OK
BEDFORD, Va. (AP) — With a rescue plan receiving a judge's blessing Monday, Sweet Briar College is now reaching out to two key groups: students and faculty.

St. Paul house stands in the way of Metro State's expansion plans

On Google satellite maps, the one-story adobe-facade house at 393 Bates Ave. in St. Paul could almost be mistaken for the cartoon home from the Disney animated movie "Up."

3 east metro school districts have new leaders

Three east-metro school districts will welcome new leaders this summer.

Fight brews over whether charters will be included in state integration aid rules

A fight is brewing over how Minnesota spends nearly $70 million annually to racially integrate public schools.

Mankato West duo leads South over North in All-Star football game
6/27/2015 11:51:16 PM
Teammates Ryan Schlichte and Connor Watts were the stars in St. Cloud.

42nd annual Minnesota High School All-Star Football Game set Saturday in St. Cloud
6/23/2015 7:19:23 AM
The game will feature the North All Stars vs. the South-All Stars.

Minnesota high school students savor benefits of maturing prep trapshooting scene
6/23/2015 7:35:54 PM
With trapshooting established on the high school scene, students on the forefront savor its benefits.

Stillwater clay target conference champs aim at perfection
6/20/2015 4:32:28 PM
A conference title bodes well for a 4-year-old program on the rise.

Minnesota brothers die in crash on way to Wisconsin Dells basketball tournament
6/24/2015 5:30:20 PM
Two other boys in the truck were hospitalized with injuries.

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