A Nobel Prize winner? Former governors? An astronaut? Actors? Journalists? Prince? Inspired by Anoka High's recent induction, send in your ideas.
Updated: September 13, 2011, - 02:43 PM
Pregnant and frightened at age 15, Bayza Weeks was told that her school, DeLaSalle High, believed in her. She did the rest.
Updated: September 09, 2011, - 03:12 PM
As schools open across Minnesota on Tuesday, the tough economic times will be more noticeable to students, teachers -- and soon, taxpayers.
Updated: September 06, 2011, - 08:42 AM
Current standard suggests a much higher rate of success.
Updated: September 02, 2011, - 10:44 PM
A baby boomlet and the bad economy are boosting enrollment in Minneapolis' kindergarten classrooms and promising to bring higher enrollment for years to come.
Updated: August 30, 2011, - 07:04 PM
Nearly a decade after Congress enacted the No Child Left Behind Act, a sweeping mandate to ramp up standards and accountability in the nation's public schools, more than a third of black, Latino and Native American students in Minneapolis public schools don't graduate, records show.
Updated: August 28, 2011, - 08:22 PM
Minneapolis schools' Peggy Ingison is leaving to start a new job at the Historical Society.
Updated: August 23, 2011, - 11:30 PM
A May tornado ravaged Sojourner Truth Academy, but the north Minneapolis charter school is moving on.
Updated: August 23, 2011, - 09:03 AM
Though they ate and drank in moderation, memories overflowed for the North High class of 1936.
Updated: August 18, 2011, - 11:11 PM