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MPS signs pact with Hiawatha Academies

MPS signs pact with Hiawatha AcademiesMinneapolis Public Schools has signed a collaboration agreement with Hiawatha Academies. This is the first district-charter compact in the state of Minnesota.
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Klobuchar, Franken highlight efforts to close the skills gap and boost STEM education

Klobuchar, Franken highlight efforts to close the skills gap and boost STEM educationAt an event at Uponor in Apple Valley, U.S. Senators Amy Klobuchar and Al Franken highlighted efforts to close the skills gap and boost STEM education in Minnesota high schools and community colleges.
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Fox, Wallis help launch Northport arts program

Fox, Wallis help launch Northport arts programNorthport Elementary students launched their Turnaround Arts program with a huge surprise.
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Cooper 50th Birthday Party

Cooper 50th Birthday PartyCooper High School celebrated 50 years as a school. The school turned 50 years old on Sept. 8, 2014.
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Grant supports paid internships for Metropolitan State University students

Grant supports paid internships for Metropolitan State University studentsMetropolitan State University's Institute for Community Engagement and Scholarship (ICES) has been awarded a $150,000 grant from Great Lakes Higher Education Guaranty Corporation (Great Lakes) to create paid internships for university students. This award comes as Great Lakes expands its Career Ready Internship program, awarding $5.2 million in new grants to 40 colleges and universities in Iowa, Minnesota, Ohio and Wisconsin.
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Emebet Fantahun selected Metropolitan State University outstanding student

Emebet Fantahun selected Metropolitan State University outstanding studentAn Eagan woman and Ethiopian native has been selected a spring semester outstanding student at Metropolitan State University.
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Educating future nurses: Tickets out of poverty

Educating future nurses: Tickets out of povertySometimes, an airplane ride can change a person's life.

Rachelle Simmons was college visiting in Baltimore with her son, and noted something unique.
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