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22 Minn. Schools Named 'Celebration Schools' for Student Achievement

Twenty-two schools across Minnesota are being recognized for their efforts to increase student achievement.

Maplewood School Receives $10,000 Technology Grant for "Hour of Code" Movement

A Maplewood elementary school will be able to invest $10,000 into new technology for computer science. Non-profit organization, Code.org, awarded Edgerton Elementary the technology grant for 'Hour of Code,' a global effort to increase computer science education.

2 Eden Prairie Teachers Honored for Innovation, Use of Technology

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Two Eden Prairie teachers will receive a special honor Tuesday.

Cedar Hills Elementary sixth-grade teacher Brent Bovitz and Forest Hills Elementary fourth-grade teacher Megan Skogstad will get Exceptional Teacher Awards from TIES, which is a Minnesota education technology collaborative.

3-D Printing is Changing How Elementary School Students Learn

3-D printing is gaining ground in Minnesota as a way to educate kids, improve people's health and change the landscape of small businesses.

Eden Prairie, Elk River Among Schools with Successful Levy Pushes

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Eden Prairie residents approved two school district levies on Election Day, avoiding what school officials say would have been “wide-ranging cuts.”

The first question on the ballot renewed the existing operating levy, which will cost about $8 more per month for a home valued at $325,000. School officials say the approval prevents $10 million in cuts next year.

11 Roosevelt High School Students Graduate from First-Responder Course

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Some high school students are getting into the medical field early with first responder training.

A group of students at Roosevelt High School in Minneapolis has just finished the first round of EMT classes as part of a new partnership between Minneapolis Public Schools and the Minneapolis Fire Department.

MCTC Cuts Programs, Students Protest

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Students at Minneapolis Community and Technical College protested cuts to programs on Monday.

The college announced its decision to cut the following programs: