2018 Election

2018 Election: Addressing college completion and race equity

How do we maintain our state’s prosperity if our economic vitality depends on obtaining advanced knowledge and skills by communities which, although they will make up the bulk of our economic workforce, struggle with attaining postsecondary credentials? This is an important question for our state, and the answer may well be that we won’t be able to maintain and grow Minnesota’s quality of life unless we find a way to end racial disparities.

2018 election: Addressing school discipline disparities

As Minnesotans consider candidates for state office this fall, it’s important that all candidates understand how deep discipline disparities impact students of color and American Indian students, and that they are prepared as elected officials to make changes that support these students for success in our classrooms, and in the future.

November elections: What Minnesotans need to know on race equity issues

As Minnesotans make a vitally important decision on who their next governor and lawmakers shall be, MnEEP will produce a series of blogs over the coming weeks to engage readers with key education race equity issues to consider as they make their decisions. We will use the 5 Big Bold Goals as a guide for that reflection.

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International Restorative Practices Conference: Worldwide leaders convene August 9-11 in St. Paul

MnEEP is proud to co-sponsor the 2018 International Restorative Practices Conference, Aug 9 – 11 at Metro State University in St Paul. Marking the first time the U.S. will host this world-wide gathering, the conference – with its theme of “Restoring Self, Restoring Community, Restoring World—will feature 60 presentations from across the globe. This is an important event, and an indicator of Minnesota’s growing reputation in the international restorative practices community. 

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