Inside Minnesota's chronic classroom struggle

  • Updated: February 11, 2012 - 7:01 PM

First in an occasional series

This is the first in an occasional Star Tribune series that will look at the efforts to close the persistent achievement gap between white students and students of color in Minnesota. Despite its relatively high test scores, Minnesota has had one of the widest gaps in the country for years. Frustrated schools are trying new and different ways of attacking this chronic problem.

How is your school doing?

You can see how students in your school are doing in grade-by-grade test results, broken down by race and other categories, at www.startribune.com/testscores.

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