Housed inside a church in the Webber-Camden neighborhood on Minneapolis’ north side is Hopewell Music, a cornerstone of affordable music education for nearly eight years. Now, the school faces the threat of closure.
High school students in North Carolina will soon be required to take a personal finance course to graduate.
Two prominent leaders have proposed an amendment to the Minnesota Constitution aimed at closing the state's dismal academic achievement gap.
The City of St. Paul is making sure babies born on New Year's Day get a jumpstart on 2020 and their futures.
According to the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center, college enrollment this fall took a steep dive with nearly 250,000 fewer students than last year opting out of higher education entirely.
Twenty fifth graders from Wayzata Kimberly Lane participated, beating teams across the country each week.
What was once an old storage room is now a hub of cutting edge technology where opportunities are limitless.
300 West Middle School absences and 100 Sun Path Elementary School absences have been reported, prompting the district to disclose the outbreak to the state of Minnesota.
David McGill is the latest St. Paul science teacher to earn the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching.
Minneapolis students, motivated after learning about the struggles kids in Ghana face trying to get an education, have banded together to raise money and collect supplies.
The school board for District 191 voted Thursday to close three schools due to declining enrollment within the district.
Does the University of Minnesota pay too much for its administrators? Questions over pay for university leaders were raised Thursday as the Board of Regents approved the salary for its new provost.
Personnel and expense cuts are coming to Bethel starting in 2020, the University announced this week.
After eighth grade, Clifford Hanson dropped out of school to serve on the family farm. After a lifetime educating himself, his former school district awarded him a diploma.
The marching band from Lakeville South is representing Minnesota once again on the national stage.
Beating the odds: That’s what one senior at North High School in Minneapolis is doing after essentially raising himself when his mother was killed and his grandmother then passed away.
When you think about those in a school who influence children the most, teachers probably come to mind first. But in one Minnesota school, there’s one staff member who the kids will remember long after the final bell rings.
BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) — Top leaders at the University of California say they support dropping the SAT and ACT exams from admission requirement.
The now-closed for-profit Globe University has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
Colorado school districts closed 46 schools over a possible outbreak of norovirus.