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Minnesota State University students oppose Senate's Interest Rate Deal

Minnesota State University students oppose Senate's Interest Rate DealMinnesota state university students oppose the deal Senate lawmakers have reached on federal student loan reform that may be voted on as early as Tuesday. This deal makes long-term changes to the student loan system, which address Congress's budget crisis by placing a greater burden on the backs of students.
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Rachelle Erickson selected Metropolitan State University outstanding student

Rachelle Erickson selected Metropolitan State University outstanding studentWhen Rachelle Erickson legally emancipated from her mother as an 11th grader, one might suspect challenging times ahead, yet the Stillwater resident has not only survived – she thrived.
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Minister’s alliance awards scholarships

Minister’s alliance awards scholarshipsThe St. Paul Black Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance (SPBIMA) awarded five scholarships during its annual summer revival.
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Keeping students strong, safe, and smart over summer

Keeping students strong, safe, and smart over summerSummer has finally arrived and Minneapolis Public Schools is pleased to again team up with community organizations for the Summer Strong partnership, thereby providing key educational programs and resources for students over the summer.
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Maho Aikawa selected Metropolitan State University outstanding student

Maho Aikawa selected Metropolitan State University outstanding studentMaho Aikawa has been selected spring semester outstanding graduate student in Metropolitan State University's College of Health, Community and Professional Studies.
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Wild Cards! – Library and schools partner to equip every summer school student with a library card

Saint Paul Public Schools and the Saint Paul Public Library are partnering in Wild Cards!, a new effort to ensure that all summer school students have library cards.
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St. Paul teachers build parent engagement, trust through home visits

St. Paul teachers build parent engagement, trust through home visitsSince beginning with seven teachers in 2010, the St. Paul Parent-Teacher Home Visit Project has grown to include teachers at more than 40 schools and 150 families during the school year just ending. Teachers working in the St. Paul School District will end on a positive note that not only students, but also countless parents can attest to.
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