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St. Paul refuses to drop mask mandate for students

St. Paul Public Schools voted this week against a resolution that would make masks optional for students and faculty. St. Paul is one of a...

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...

St. Paul students threaten to continue skipping school if demands aren’t...

Students at schools across St. Paul walked out of class Tuesday in protest of the district’s lack of a “cohesive COVID-19 plan.” St. Paul Public...

St. Paul Public Schools considers closing five schools due to enrollment...

St. Paul Public Schools (SPPS) is considering closing a total of five schools due to declining enrollment. SPPS leadership is recommending the closure of Highwood...

St. Paul schools committee calls for end to school suspensions after...

St. Paul Public Schools’ Equity Committee recently called for an end to school suspensions among other recommendations as a way to tackle inequities in...

Henry Sibley High School moves forward with name change, alternate options...

Henry Sibley High School is asking community members to vote on a new name for the school, as the historical figure of Henry Sibley...

St. Paul Cafeteria Workers to Get $15 Minimum Wage By 2019

ST. PAUL, Minn. - Lunch workers at St. Paul Public Schools have reached a deal to raise their minimum wage to $15 an hour...

It Pays to be Super

ST. PAUL, Minn. - In April, the St. Paul Public School District signed Dr. Joe Gothard to a three-year deal with an annual salary...

Big Spending Isn’t Helping Minneapolis-St. Paul Students

Minnesota students’ poor showings on the MCA scores in 2016 is a long standing problem that has serious implications for the state’s business climate. In...

Black Lives Matter-St. Paul Publishes Copies of St. Paul Teacher’s Blog;...

Black Lives Matter St. Paul made copies of Special Education teacher, Theo Olson's blog, posting the link on the BLM SP Facebook page, to show their followers why Olson is not fit to teach minority kids. But is that what the posts demonstrate?