Tag Archives | PSEO

Update for Sept 25, 2015: Parent Leadership Summit & More

    Parent Leadership Summit “The Imperative for 21st Century Learning” Oct 2, 2015 11:00 am-2:00 pm 1640 Larpenteur Ave St Paul, MN 55108 Register Today Only one week left to reserve your space at our school year kick-off event. Make sure you’re there! Summit Rundown “The Imperative for 21st Century Learning” The current testing mania […]

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Higher Learning Commission’s Decision

Kent Pekel, Letter of the Day, Star Tribune, September 20, 2015 I agree with the argument that that the Star Tribune Editorial Board made against the Higher Learning Commission’s decision to require teachers who teach college-level courses in high school to have master’s degrees or graduate credits in the subjects they teach (“Don’t make it […]

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Update for September 18, 2015: Keep These on Your Radar

Parent Leadership Summit The Imperative for 21st Century Learning Oct 2, 2015 11:00 AM-2:00 PM 1640 Larpenteur Ave St Paul, MN 55108 Register   There are only two weeks left to reserve your space at our school year kick-off event and we want to make sure you’re there! On October 2, come have lunch with […]

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School districts should get the word out about PSEO, report says

Anthony Lonetree, Star Tribune, September 11, 2015 As a New York state high school student, Diana Chao took courses that earned her college credits and helped to fuel a desire for higher learning that brought her to Macalester College in St. Paul. Now, she has discovered that Minnesota high school students don’t have as easy a […]

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Mix high school with higher ed to aid Minnesota students

Editorial Board, Star Tribune, February 19, 2015 Legislature has a chance to support more dual enrollment. Several dozen students left Long Prairie Grey Eagle High School with two diplomas between 2010 and 2014 — one that says they graduated from high school and another that granted them an associate of arts degree. Those graduates participated […]

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