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More than two dozen Saint Paul Public Schools students and staff turned out Wednesday to see President Barack Obama speak at the Saint Paul Depot.
Graduation rates in nearly all high schools in Saint Paul Public Schools exceed the state’s average, significantly reducing the racial disparity between white students and students of color.
More than 50 Saint Paul Public Schools held events in recognition of this annual day each February during Black History Month. | GALLERY | VIDEO: Brenda Casselius at Murray Middle School.
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Karen Christenson, a science teacher at St. Anthony Park Elementary in Saint Paul Public Schools, was selected from nominees across the U.S. as one of five Outstanding Educators by Project Learning Tree (PLT), the national environmental education program of the American Forest Foundation.
Saint Paul Public School students got a chance to show off their cooking skills and wow judges on Feb. 28 as they participated in the first annual Culinary Competition sponsored by the SPPS Family and Consumer Science Department.
This week is National School Breakfast Week (NSBW), but everyday is free breakfast day at Saint Paul Public Schools!
Labor contract negotiations have successfully concluded between SPPS and Saint Paul Federation of Teachers.
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Why Harding graduation rates exceeded the state’s average of 79 percent in 2013.
Johnson High School hosted college representatives from state, community and private colleges.
Here's a glimpse at a few NAAPID events that happened around SPPS schools on Feb. 10.
Theresa Battle learned the value of an education at an early age. Growing up, her parents stressed that through education, family and faith, a successful and fulfilling life was something she could achieve.
Business leaders, non-profit executives and community activists are just some of the people who signed up this year. As always, I expect to hear from them about how impressed they are by all that our leaders and educators accomplish in a single day. I know I am.
Eliminating our district’s institutional racism will increase achievement, including on-time graduation, for all students, while narrowing the gaps between the highest- and lowest-performing students.
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