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Minnesota college ends segregated ‘anti-racism’ training program after civil rights complaint

A liberal arts college in southeastern Minnesota ended its "anti-racism" training program following a civil rights complaint. Carleton College, located in Northfield, held racially segregated...

EXCLUSIVE: College planning appreciation lunch for non-white staff only

Alpha News has learned that a private liberal arts college in southern Minnesota is planning an appreciation lunch for just non-white staff and faculty...

School shooting site replaced resource officers with ‘student safety coaches’ several...

A school district that serves students who suffer from learning disabilities, mental health issues, or trauma experienced a shooting at one of its schools...

Minnesota school district replaced ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ with left-wing ‘Dear...

A school district in central Minnesota replaced a classic American novel read in high school English classes across the U.S. with a contemporary novel...

Minnesota Republicans plan to address forced masking in school

Republican lawmakers in Minnesota have set out their priorities for the upcoming legislative session beginning Monday. One of them is to address the issue of...

Minnesota state survey asks kids about drug use, gender identity, and...

A Minnesota Department of Education (MDE) survey sent to schools around the state asks fifth through 12th graders about their sex life, gender identity,...

St. Paul schools partner with groups promoting ‘LGBT’ propaganda to young...

St. Paul Public Schools' "Office of Equity" has partnered with several organizations to help promote pro-LGBT propaganda to children as young as three years...

Minnesota leaves school boards group that compared parents to terrorists

(Daily Caller News Foundation) — The Minnesota School Boards Association (MSBA) terminated its membership with the National School Boards Association on Tuesday, according to...

How private schools remained open and safely navigated coronavirus

As public schools with billions of taxpayer dollars are overwhelmed by the latest teachers union-induced closures, private — mostly sectarian — schools across the United...

Some schools start new year with fully remote learning

(The Center Square) — With the holiday break coming to an end Monday, a number of school districts across the country are deciding to...