Winter Forum I | MNAchievementGap
Seeking Agreement - the First of Four Forums

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Forum One: Modernize schools, implement policies on the books, build community support

Over the years, Minnesota has had many reformers propose ways to close the state’s persistent achievement gap. One key approach is to assertively follow through on the ideas already in law.

“We don’t lack for ideas,” said Mary Cecconi, executive director of Parents United. “We suffer from lack of implementation.” . . . (read more)