Education

Program cuts at Concordia won't affect popular language-immersion camps

Recent programing cuts at Concordia College aren’t expected to affect the school’s popular language-immersion camps. The college announced Jan. 29 it would be discontinuing nine majors,...

February 07, 2016

Finger printed: MN high school uses 3-D printer to make teacher a prosthetic finger

A Minnesota high school is putting its 3-D printer to good use by helping out one of its teachers. Galen McCarthy, an art teacher at Jackson County Central High School in southern Minnesota, lost...

February 07, 2016

Small Business Administration Offers "Mini-MBA" To Jumpstart Small Business

The program mentors small business owners to nurture additional growth.

February 04, 2016

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Do Prestigious Colleges Pay Off? It Depends On The Major

School choice is more important for those majoring in business and liberal arts than STEM.

February 01, 2016

6 MN community colleges make top 150 list – and could get $1M

Six community colleges from Minnesota have been named in the Top 150 in the country by The Aspen Institute, putting them in the running for a $1 million prize. The international education nonprofit...

January 28, 2016

Teaching union restarts the battle for universal pre-K access

A teaching union is once again taking up the fight to make tuition-free, pre-kindergarten education available to all Minnesota families. Funding universal pre-K was Gov. Mark Dayton’s main...

January 28, 2016

How Lawmakers Want To Spend Minnesota's Surplus

What does the 2016 legislative session portend for Minnesota businesses?

January 27, 2016

Minneapolis school district looks at what's next in superintendent search

Minneapolis Public Schools does not have a permanent superintendent, despite a monthslong search that came up with three finalists candidates. So now they need to talk about the next steps. At a...

January 27, 2016

New scholarship hopes to keep ND oil workers, families in the region

New scholarships meant to keep people in the Bakken region as it toils through an oil slump were awarded to three students this week. Warren Logan, an oilfield worker who plans to enroll at...

January 15, 2016

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

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