As Minneapolis district touts new school plan, protesters plead for ousted charter school

  • Article by: Steve Brandt , Star Tribune
  • Updated: June 17, 2013 - 8:52 PM

Minnesota School of Science supporters accused the district of acting hastily against a school they say has educated children better than other programs that have been housed at Cityview in north Minneapolis.

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rlwr51Jun. 17, 1311:48 PM

I think they must have an administrator in charge of closing, shuffling and reopening buildings. Every year programs and buildings close and "different" ones open someplace else. The irony is that stability is a key factor in a child's education and savvy parents know that and why many of them leave the district. Leaving MPS with a higher percentage of uninvolved parents every year.

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cmpatteJun. 18, 13 8:49 AM

Geez, how are they going to pay for that fancy new building they HAD to have! Or the super's driver? Or her & her family's medical insurance? I see a lot of room for some cuts, but admin wouldn't like! Spare the kids, if they are enjoying learning then leave it alone!

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ohpuleezeJun. 18, 13 1:35 PM

How can MPS deny this school space, overtly attempt to steal their students and staff, and THEN refuse to let this school find a new authorizer and move on? The fix is in. Union. Hatchet. Job.

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