Minneapolis Public Schools are moving to back to distance learning for the second half of next week in anticipation of a verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial.
There has been a steady flow of customers inside Say It Again Boutique after the store was closed for several months to the pandemic
The U.S. Education Department is temporarily relaxing the rules of a student loan forgiveness program that's meant to help people with disabilities but that critics say carries overly burdensome rules.
As more Americans get vaccinated, colleges are considering mandatory vaccines for students before returning to campus.
The Minnesota Department of Health and Department of Education came out with new COVID-19 guidance this week for high schools trying to plan proms and graduation ceremonies.
The Minnesota House passed a $107 million summer school expansion Tuesday, targeting schoolkids who have missed months of classroom time during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Minnesota students will take standardized tests in the classroom this spring after a one-year break during the COVID-19 pandemic, leading some to predict families will opt out in record numbers.
If you have kids in school, they'll be taking their standardized tests in the classroom this spring.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention relaxed its social distancing guidelines for schools Friday, saying students can now sit 3 feet apart in classrooms.
The loudest criticism came from Jewish and pro-Arab groups who accused each other of trying to silence each other’s histories.
The Biden administration is holding a summit next week to help schools reopen safely in the middle of the pandemic, with plans to hear from education leaders, teachers and students.
More than 900 former students of the Minnesota School of Business and Globe University will receive more than $42 million in financial relief, the state attorney general says.
A Minnesota House committee on Tuesday advanced legislation increasing the fines to $300 for drivers who blow past school bus stop arms.
U.S. guidelines that say students should be kept 6 feet apart in schools are receiving new scrutiny from federal health experts, state governments and education officials working to return as many children as possible to the classroom.
A Black student at the University of Minnesota is accusing a school employee of racism, and now a growing list of current and former students have signed off on a letter demanding the university take action.
Mary Cathryn Ricker has resigned as Minnesota's education commissioner. Her last day is March 19.
The Minnesota Department of Health announced Monday it is opening a new temporary COVID-19 testing site in Carver County in an effort to combat the spread of the B117 variant.
Governor Tim Walz announced Monday that more than 90% of districts and charter schools in Minnesota are offering students some form of in-person learning.
A Baltimore-area high school is facing scrutiny after reports came out about a student who passed just three classes in four years, but moved ahead anyway. Now that he’s being sent back to the ninth grade, his mother says the school failed him.
States and many districts have not been keeping track of school employee COVID-19 vaccinations, even as the U.S. prioritizes teachers nationwide.