2009 Minnesota Meeting Series on Education
Category Archives: Education
Visit this link to watch a live webcast of Minnesota Meeting featuring Wendy Kopp, founder and CEO of Teach For America from 5 to 6 p.m. today.
Upcoming Minnesota Meeting speaker shares her thoughts on how to reframe the discussion on education.
Minnesota Meeting: Minnesota Gubernatorial Debate on Education from Minneapolis Foundation on Vimeo. Through its Minnesota Meeting public affairs program, The Minneapolis Foundation hosted a gubernatorial debate on P-12 education on September 23rd. The goal was to offer all Minnesotans a … Continue reading
The Minneapolis Foundation would like to invite you to a special Minnesota Meeting live web broadcast featuring a gubernatorial debate on P – 12 education. This event is co-sponsored by the Itasca Project and the Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi … Continue reading
Minnesota Meeting on Education Reform on June 10, 2010 from Minneapolis Foundation on Vimeo. We are pleased to share with you the video of the special Minnesota Meeting, recorded on June 10 at TPT studios.
Thank you to everyone who attended or watched the special Minnesota Meeting on education reform held on June 10th, which The Minneapolis Foundation co-sponsored with RKMC Foundation for Children, and the Itasca Project. Special thanks to our guest speaker, Alex … Continue reading
Valeria Silva and Bernadeia Johnson are experienced educators and new superintendents. Silva became superintendent of St. Paul Public Schools in December, and Johnson assumes the top job in Minneapolis on July 1. Johnson will be part of the panel discussion … Continue reading
It is time for Minnesotans to seize the day. A convergence of national and local initiatives is creating a unique opportunity for education reform that offers Minnesota a chance to reclaim its leadership position in education. While defenders of the … Continue reading
We Minnesotans have a lot to be proud of. Our state has benefited from a great deal of prosperity over the last several decades, and we have had an enviable quality of life. But a growing body of research suggests … Continue reading