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GOP lawmakers ask feds to reject Minnesota school accountability plan

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Two of Minnesota's Republican legislative leaders say Minnesota has erred yet again with a plan crafted in response to the 2015 federal replacement for No Child Left Behind.

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Minnesota State considers changing tuition policy

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The Minnesota State system may change its tuition and fee policy because of the growing number of students simultaneously taking classes from multiple schools.

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A writer makes his dad proud, a preacher's kid takes money from his grandfather, a high schooler chases his dog out onto the Grand Concourse, and a former child soldier negotiates high school in New York City. Hosted by The Moth's founder, George Dawes Green. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media.

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Block that click! High school sports go digital

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At least a few Minnesota schools have begun to treat gaming as an organized, competitive sport.

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St. Paul school board votes for later start time for older students

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The St. Paul school board voted to push high school and middle school start times to 8:30 a.m., citing research that teenagers are biologically programmed to sleep later.

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MEA weekend travel rush nears for Minnesotans with school-age kids

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The state's annual teachers convention creates a four-day weekend for Minnesota students and their families in October. Many will be traveling this week, and MSP airport is urging people to be ready for the kid crush.

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The curious case of the $629 ER bill — and one expensive Band-Aid

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In January 2015, Malcolm Bird took his 1-year-old daughter, Collette, to an emergency room after she started bleeding heavily from a cut on her finger. The doctor cleaned up the cut, put a Band-Aid on it, and sent them home.

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Corruption probe prompts reviews of NCAA teams

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More than two dozen universities with major hoops programs have responded to news of the sport's bribery scandal by conducting internal reviews of their compliance operations.

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