Alejandra Matos

Reporter | Minneapolis education
Phone: 612-673-4028
Alejandra Matos joined the paper in 2012 after graduating from the University of Texas at El Paso with a degree in Multimedia Journalism. She was a Star Tribune health intern in 2011.

Recent content from Alejandra Matos

Legislative auditor to investigate Minneapolis Urban League

The legislative auditor will look into alleged double-billing for education programs.

Updated: April 15, 2015, - 11:47 PM

Decision on Urban League's status with Mpls. schools delayed

Incoming CEO says the league remains committed to working with the Mpls. School District.

Updated: April 14, 2015, - 11:33 PM

Minneapolis Urban League accused of potential double billing

Top state officials and Minneapolis school leaders are investigating whether the Urban League is getting paid twice for similar work. “It’s alarming,” said Michael Goar, Mpls. interim schools chief, above.

Updated: April 13, 2015, - 12:29 PM

Community Action of Minneapolis owes nearly $700,000 to creditors

Receiver for Community Action of Minneapolis also is questioning some debts.

Updated: April 02, 2015, - 10:16 PM

Thousands of Minneapolis children leaving for charters, suburban schools

Minneapolis struggles to stem the outflow to suburbs, charters or private schools.

Updated: March 19, 2015, - 10:16 AM

Ex-CEO not cooperating in Community Action of Mpls. probe, court records say

The former head of Community Action of Minneapolis was to provide papers, interview.

Updated: March 13, 2015, - 08:48 PM

Community Action of Minneapolis might never pay bills, court records show

Court-appointed receiver is looking into Community Action of Minneapolis finances.

Updated: March 09, 2015, - 09:44 PM

FBI, IRS investigating misspending at Mpls. nonprofit

Documents allege more misspending by Community Action, including by senior management for medical bills and for personal expenses of their friends. .

Updated: March 07, 2015, - 08:18 AM

Senate GOP seeks to break up Minneapolis Public Schools

Proposal would break up state’s third-largest district into six smaller ones to foster reform.

Updated: March 06, 2015, - 05:54 AM

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