With student loan debt an issue, MN offers new repayment option for graduates

Minnesota residents could be able to slash hundreds of dollars off their student loan repayments under a state-funded refinancing program revealed on Thursday. The Minnesota Office of Higher...

January 14, 2016


Fast-Growing Code School The Iron Yard To Open Twin Cities Location

Tuition will be $12,000 for a 12-week boot camp course to ready people for entry-level programming positions.

January 13, 2016

Minneapolis school board ends talks with superintendent pick

Barely a month after selecting Sergio Paez to lead their district, the Minneapolis School Board unanimously voted to end contract talks with him. In backing away from Paez, board members cited...

January 12, 2016

The Big Know

The Big Know Raises $3M In Funding Round

The money will be used to beef up the education startup’s roster of talent and technological upgrades.

January 11, 2016

Trip to Holyoke finds strengths, concerns with Mpls. superintendent pick 'confirmed'

With the vote on whether to officially name Sergio Paez the next superintendent of Minneapolis Public Schools possibly just days away, the board has released a report from the district he used to...

January 09, 2016

College Search

College Search With An Eye Toward Debt

Chris Wills and Jay Benanav hope to redefine college counseling with a capital $.

December 30, 2015


An MBA Ratings Upset

In rare win, St. Thomas nudges Carlson in Bloomberg’s rankings for part-time MBAs.

December 30, 2015


Building Minnesota's STEM Workforce

Minnesota colleges are updating and expanding their science, technology, engineering and math programs to meet business needs in a 21st century economy.

December 30, 2015

Teachers can take free engineering classes at St. Thomas, thanks to Google

Educators will get the opportunity to take free engineering classes at the University of St. Thomas next year – thanks to a grant from Google. Google donated $100,000 to give pre-school through...

December 23, 2015

President of Rochester community college to resign after wave of criticism

The president of Rochester Community and Technical College will resign in January after getting swift backlash from students, staff and faculty over some of her decisions, the Rochester Post...

December 18, 2015

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