All Minnesota students deserve to achieve academic success.
Through partnerships, policies, and advocacy, we can build a movement that supports race equity and education excellence for all students.Join the Movement
"Excluded": How exclusionary practices in Minnesota schools negatively impact students of color and American Indian students.Read Report
2018 election: Supporting race equity
Important ways our elected officials can support the next generation in MinnesotaRead More
Our Big Bold Goals for Building Race Equity
We can use an equity lens to build school communities that respect, support, and encourage students’ distinct backgrounds and talents.
We can foster positive school climates to end discipline disparities in Minnesota schools and support all students for success.
We can create and retain a racially diverse teacher workforce so students and their communities are reflected in their classrooms.
We can celebrate and support Emerging Multilingual Learners and their heritage to prepare all students for a global economy.
News & Resources
Since its creation on Jan. 1, 2018, the Minnesota Professional Educator Licensing and Standards Board…
By Adrienne Benjamin (Amikogaabawiikwe) I recently was selected as one of 50 “Young Cultural Innovators”…
In October, I attended my first WIDA Conference. Minnesota is a WIDA member state, meaning Minnesota schools…
Education leaders, community members, and students comprise the Race Equity and Excellence in Education Network (REEEN) to inform important equity planning in Greater Minnesota. We have learned a lot from these partnerships and from our role in building the capacity of leaders and communities to use an equity lens in their equity planning, leading, and systems change work.
Here are some important lessons we have learned, and how we can continue to use them to build race equity in education: