‘Reimagine’ classrooms to close achievement gap, Twin Cities school superintendents say

Dec 11, 2017 by

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Minnesota’s educators need to do a better job recognizing students’ unique attributes and challenges and modify their instruction so all children can reach their full potential.

That conclusion drives the mantra “See All, Serve All, Support All,” at the heart of the new “Reimagine Minnesota” report that a collaborative of Twin Cities superintendents unveiled Friday. The report is the result of nearly a year’s work guided by the Association of Metropolitan School Districts.

It included a dozen community meetings where students, parents, educators and other stakeholders weighed in on how schools could provide a more equitable education.

“It’s heartening that was a consistent message that emerged no matter where we were, especially from the students,” Scott Croonquist, executive director of the Association of Metropolitan School Districts, said of the inclusive theme of the effort.

Source: ‘Reimagine’ classrooms to close achievement gap, Twin Cities school superintendents say – Twin Cities

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