The school year is wrapping up, and the state’s third-largest district is in a season of change.
Superintendent Ed Graff is nearly a year into his tenure after his start in July. In January, three new board members took seats on the Minneapolis Public Schools board.
As the district adjusts to new faces, familiar problems linger, like the achievement gap between white students and students of color and the $28 million budget gap for the coming school year. The Graff administration has promised changes in the coming months.
So we want to hear from you — parents, district employees, students and community members who are connected to the city’s schools. What do you love about them, and what could use some fixing? Let us know what you think in the survey below.
You can also message Minneapolis schools reporter Beena Raghavendran directly through her Facebook page.