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Nov 21st


Ntozake Shange, NOMMO authors demonstrate literary brilliance

The Givens Foundation has made the Twin Cities come alive with its NOMMO series. They host African American giants who enrich Minnesota with the power of words through poetry and literature. NOMMO is a Dogon word meaning the “magic power of the word.” The Series celebrates the supremacy of the word through conversations with nationally recognized authors who demonstrate the brilliance of African American literature.

Dunwoody partners with North Memorial for Radiologic Technologist Program

Dunwoody College of Technology announced North Memorial Medical Center will transfer program sponsorship of its radiologic technologist training program to Dunwoody, which will begin offering a degree program in September 2009.

Clyde Turner to Receive University of Minnesota, Dean’s Outstanding Achievement Award

Clyde Turner to Receive University of Minnesota, Dean’s Outstanding Achievement AwardClyde Turner has been selected to receive the 2009 University of Minnesota, College of Education and Human Development’s, Dean’s Outstanding Achievement Award.  This award is presented by the college annually, to one individual, in acknowledgement of outstanding achievement in career, community engagement efforts, or other work that contributes to the education and human development of others.

St. Paul Central students win Science Bowl

St. Paul Central students win Science BowlWASHINGTON, DC –US Rep. Betty McCollum (MN-04) last week congratulated St. Paul Central High School’s team who received national honors for their achievements during the U.S. Department of Energy’s 2009 National Science Bowl, the nation’s largest academic competition of its kind.

Ida B. Wells helped pave the way

Every year WE WIN Institute becomes inspired and amazed at the progress that students make even when many people in their lives, including educators, tell them they cannot succeed.  We continually witness how African American students excel when they learn about the contributions of their ancestors and how they made life better for humanity.

Students reflect on Fifth District Congressman

Rites of Passage use African and African American history and culture as a vehicle to assist students in strengthening their reading and writing, as well as social skills. Students have been studying the accomplishments of heroes in our community. One of the heroes is Congressman Keith Ellison.

Saint Paul Public Schools approves 2009 summer school changes

In an effort to accentuate programs and classes that increase proficiency and credit recovery, Saint Paul Public Schools (SPPS) has approved changes to the 2009 summer school schedule. The schedule also increases time for students to take advantage of summer enrichment opportunities offered through SPPS, the City and other providers.
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