St. Paul and Minneapolis districts hold school fairs.
Three local government programs vie for innovation prize.
Sixty-year-old Jon Drew studied graphic arts as a high school student, but it’s an experience offered to far fewer Minnesota school students these days.
Several St. Paul City Council members oppose the mayor’s plan to close Central Library on Mondays while sending city money to the school district.
Starting next week, North Hennepin Community College in Brooklyn Park will offer its students something new: free food. The idea for the Food Cupboard came from two students who conducted an informal survey as part of a class project, said Service Learning Director Troy Nellis, who will run the food shelf. “They found that there Read more →
While some summer campers swim and eat smores, the kids at a summer camp in Hamel, Minn. will learn skills like “speaking to adults,” “having eye-contact,” and “telephone and cellular phone etiquette.”
The “Etiquette in Action” summeroffers a three-day crash course in manners, organized by the company Doors of Success.
After six years of distributing free museum tickets through local libraries, the program will end on Labor Day.
An interactive food truck, a charity flash mob, and even a mobile app for “culturally curious” Minnesotans are among the top picks.
UofM selected as Tillman Military Scholar University Partner by Pat Tillman Foundation
Researchers are recruiting families for an ongoing U of M study of deployment and parenting.