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MnEEP Legislative Priorities Part 1

The 2023 legislative session is now in full swing, and Gov. Walz and Lt. Gov…

MnEEP 2023 message for legislators

Time to get REAL about public education: Invest and transform in 2023 While awaiting what…

MnEEP’s 2022 Ron McKinley Award winners

Each year, the MnEEP Professional Team identifies and confers a Ron McKinley, All My Relations-…

Minnesota State Colleges and Universities (MNSCU) must recommit to the 2030 Equity Promise

Recently, Minnesota Chancellor Devinder Malhotra announced he will retire in August 2023. Chancellor Malhotra oversees…

Why your school’s mission, vision, values, and goals must reflect race equity

MnEEP is committed to re-energizing a strong and powerful race equity and excellence in the…

Recent Minnesota test scores outline an opportunity to transform education as we know it

Culturally Validating Pedagogy (CVP)—rooted in the educational environment, instruction, and content —is a critical component of that change. This is how we equip educators to fulfill their vocation and support students in becoming their full, authentic selves.
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New video pays tribute to MnEEP Executive Director Carlos Mariani Rosa’s essential leadership in Minnesota

Minnesota Education Equity Partnership (MnEEP) Executive Director Carlos Mariani Rosa represented District 65B–and the state’s…

When is a question not a question: On the issue of “too diverse”

University of Minnesota Regent Sviggum’s recent question – and particularly, how he asked it —invites a serious inquiry into the University of Minnesota’s vision and goals for building both a world class and locally relevant institution of higher learning that serves all Minnesotans well.

The Promise of Race Equity for Accelerating Learning (REAL)

Culturally Validating Pedagogy (CVP)—rooted in the educational environment, instruction, and content —is a critical component of that change. This is how we equip educators to fulfill their vocation and support students in becoming their full, authentic selves.

What loan “forgiveness” means for former students. And what Minnesota must do next to build on this essential promise of increasing racial equity.

As the academic year of 2022-2023 begins, POCI students return in person during an unpredictable…

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