A new statewide report on school readiness shows many of Minnesota’s youngest citizens face hurdles that affect their learning in kindergarten and beyond. At the root of the problem is poverty, says Richard Chase, key author of the first School Readiness report, which was prepared by Wilder Research for the Minnesota Office of Early Learning.
Coon Rapids High School has accomplished something remarkable. The achievement gap for science scores on the 2013 Minnesota Comprehensive Assessment dropped more than 40 points, thanks in part to a massive increase in proficiency among students of color. Coon Rapids Principal Annette Ziegler said relationship-based teaching at the school is one big reason for the
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