The 4th District Duluth School Board race might be the most closely watched campaign this election season.
Duluth News Tribune, 10/30/2013
An increase to the Duluth school district’s operating levy could put as many as 18 teachers back into classrooms, see replacement of long-outdated textbooks on a more regular cycle and help teachers do a better job of working with students who need the most attention.
Duluth News Tribune, 10/27/2013
Decades before college costs ballooned beyond the reach of many northern Minnesota families, Duluthian Marshall W. Alworth set up a scholarship fund to help students pay for tuition and other expenses.
Duluth News Tribune, 10/24/2013
When it comes to classroom-related issues plaguing the Duluth school district, School Board candidates appear to agree on most of them.
Duluth News Tribune, 10/23/2013
In the final days before Hermantown decides on a hotly contested $48.9 million bond, voters may find themselves hit with robo-calls or fliers patterned after others that have helped torpedo dozens of similar referendums around the country.
Duluth News Tribune, 10/20/2013
If the University of Minnesota Duluth’s plan to build a new science and engineering college is approved by the Legislature this spring, it will be the 12th new building built by the school in less than 15 years.
Duluth News Tribune, 10/15/2013
One Duluth school reached the state’s highest category for academic achievement, while another moved from the bottom 5 percent to the second-highest category, in new rankings announced by the Minnesota Department of Education on Tuesday.
Duluth News Tribune, 10/02/2013
The UMD library has been renamed in honor of Kathryn A. Martin.
Duluth News Tribune, 10/01/2013
One of the first things you see when you enter Laura MacArthur Elementary School in the heart of West Duluth is a banner proclaiming, “We will be a reward school by 2015.”
Duluth News Tribune, 09/29/2013
The Duluth School Board on Tuesday night set the preliminary tax levy for next year at the maximum level allowed by the state, but whether that amounts to an increase or a decrease isn’t yet known.
Duluth News Tribune, 09/25/2013
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