All Minnesota students deserve to achieve academic success.
Our Big Bold Goals for building race equity:
Since the recent March for Our Lives event in Washington D.C., where more than 800,000… read more
In advance of MnEEP’s own state level report, a new report released by the non-partisan federal watchdog… read more
Today, on the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Howard… read more
Recently, there have been a number responses from the op-ed “Undisciplined,” published in the Star… read more
MnEEP remembers the 3rd grade African American girl—Linda Brown—who changed history of race equity. School… read more
As a former middle school teacher and district math specialist and mentor, I read with… read more
As Minnesotans make a vitally important decision on who their next governor and lawmakers shall be, MnEEP will produce a series of blogs over the coming weeks to engage readers with key education race equity issues to consider as they make their decisions. We will use the 5 Big Bold Goals as a guide for that reflection.
So how are the children? You may have heard this phrase, from the Masai people,… read more
The Minnesota Education Equity Partnership and the East African Student to Teacher (EAST) Program in… read more
We’ve been seeing student advocates all over the news the last few days after the… read more