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June 7, 2005
  • NEW E|E WEB SITE INTEGRATES STUDENT VOICES WITH EDUCATION POLICY DEVELOPMENT
  • AVALON CHARTER HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS EXAMINE PEERS’ ATTITUDES ABOUT WHAT MAKES A SCHOOL WORTH ATTENDING
  • STUDENTS INFORM LEGISLATORS: WHAT’S IMPORTANT TO UNDERSTAND ABOUT CHARTERED SCHOOLS AND WHAT MOTIVATES STUDENT LEARNING?
  • WANTED: STUDENT PARTICIPATION TO INFLUENCE MINNESOTA EDUCATION
  • UPDATES AND INSIGHTS SIGN UP AND ARCHIVES
May 17, 2005
  • INTRODUCTION TO AN IMPORTANT NEW INTERNET RESOURCE ON CHARTER SCHOOL AUTHORIZING
  • MINNESOTA USING LEGISLATIVE AND NON-LEGISLATIVE INITIATIVES TO STRENGTHEN CHARTER SPONSORS
  • SINGLE PURPOSE SPONSOR PROPOSAL FATE NOW RESTS WITH MINNESOTA HOUSE-SENATE CONFERENCE COMMITTEE
  • MINNESOTA SPONSOR NETWORK LAUNCHES NEW QUALITY SPONSORSHIP TASK FORCE
May 6, 2005
  • "TWO DIFFERENT THEORIES OF CHANGE" -- TED KOLDERIE’S END-OF-SESSION "NOTE TO POLICY LEADERS IN MINNESOTA"
March 18, 2005
  • MINNESOTA-SPAWNED INNOVATION IS SEMI-FINALIST FOR PRESTIGIOUS NATIONAL AWARD
  • NEW REPORT TAKES INVENTORY OF TEACHER PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE ORGANIZATIONS THROUGHOUT THE UNITED STATES
  • RELATIVE SCALE OF THE INNOVATION NOT YET A MEASURE OF ITS IMPORTANCE
  • POTENTIAL FOR THE INNOVATION UNDERSCORED BY PUBLIC AGENDA SURVEY
  • ATTITUDES OF BOTH TEACHERS AND STUDENTS DO VARY BY ENVIRONMENT
  • NEW PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE OPPORTUNITIES HAVE RELEVANCE TO BIG-CITY SCHOOL REFORM INITIATIVES
February 17, 2005
  • WELCOME TO A NEW "OCCASIONAL" E-NEWSLETTER
  • NEW KOLDERIE BOOK AVAILABLE FROM EDUCATION WEEK PRESS
  • GRABA EXPERIENCE GIVES CREDIBILITY TO ‘OPEN SECTOR’ IDEA
  • THE ‘OPEN SECTOR’ IS NOT JUST A THEORY
  • DIFFERENT THINKING ABOUT EDUCATION REQUIRES A DIFFERENT WAY OF MEASURING SUCCESS

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