It’s a big weekend for thousands of Minnesota families who are celebrating MEA break, but for some, it could be their last.
Minneapolis and St. Paul have a national park running straight through the two cities and many fail to take the time to truly explore it.
The University of Minnesota announced Wednesday that its student-athletes have posted a program-record 94 percent graduation rate, as measured by the NCAA's Graduation Success Rate.
Just two weeks ago, a middle school band teacher was diagnosed with breast cancer. On her first day of chemotherapy, students and staff at Cologne Academy are taking part in an emotional sendoff.
A new school year is underway, and a local philanthropist definitely goes to the head of the class.
School leaders and law enforcement from around the state are learning how to make our school safer from gun violence. And they’re getting the perspective from a mother who lost her daughter at the Sandy Hook school shootings.
A shortage of bus drivers in Minnesota is forcing districts to make tough choices as the school year moves into full gear.
Public entities and nonprofits serving children can soon apply for $182,000 of grant funding from the Minnesota DNR if they plan to use the money to help get kids outdoors.
A Florida middle school teacher is under investigation after giving students a multiple-choice question about President Donald Trump that referred to him as an “idiot,” according to reports.
A billionaire technology investor and philanthropist is providing grants to wipe out the student debt of the entire 2019 class at Morehouse College.
A little girl was back to class on Friday after being stung 23 times by bees this week.
A local high school student’s passion for science, technology, engineering and math is serving as an inspiration for young women across the county.
The Minneapolis school district is getting a boost in its efforts to go pesticide-free.
A 9-year-old boy said he had “the worst birthday ever” when his lunch was taken away because he had an outstanding balance at an Ohio school.
The U.S. Department of Education accepted just 1 percent of applicants in the first year of a revamped student loan forgiveness program, according to a government watchdog report.
Rockford, Minnesota school officials say the future is bright for students in the district that last year faced struggles with its budget.
The number of school children who are at risk of getting lunch shamed is going down according to new information released by Mid-Minnesota Legal Aid.
BDPA Twin Cities is focused on championing the next generation of IT leadership by connecting members and students with cutting edge technologies and education.
A new study shows students of color perform better when they have at least on teacher of color.
Minnesota students scored above the national average on the ACT college entrance exam and best among 19 states where at least 90 percent of teens took the test.