As federal COVID aid runs out, new oversight panel will use real-time data to gauge which learning supports worked — and which to cut.
St. Paul Public Schools is receiving $319 million in federal funds in response to the COVID-19 pandemic — the largest haul for any district in the state.
Saint Paul Public Schools worked with Project Scientist to provide a summer STEM program for fifth and sixth grade girls.
With $300M in pandemic funds, 50 recovery strategies and 2 years to tweak plans, district vows to gather data, evaluate and pivot in real time.
Kare 11 asked Superintendent Joe Gothard how the district is spending its COVID relief funds to help students recover.
Superintendent Joe Gothard testified at a virtual field hearing with Congresswoman Betty McCollum about the district's use of ARP funds.
WCCO highlighted how SPPS is spending its COVID relief funds with a focus on WINN reading teacher Kris Anderson at Frost Lake Elementary.
Fox 9 detailed how SPPS planned to spend the district's $207 million in ARP funds prior to the plan's approval by the Minnesota Department of Education.
SPPS supports multilingual students to feel connected to their heritage language and culture with the Bilingual Seals program that offers assessments in over 30 languages.
SPPS partnered with Youthprise and Urban Roots to provide student interns with hands-on outdoor learning experiences on Saint Paul's East Side.