What question do you have about education in Minnesota?
MPR News wants your questions regarding any aspect of K-12 or higher education you'd like to know more about.
Each week, our education reporters, either Tim Post or Alex Friedrich, will try to answer one of them.
For example, some of the issues in the K-12 realm people might ask about include: school choice, what kind of school you want your child to attend (public/private/charter/home), school quality, teacher preparation, student/teacher relationships, advanced classes, school funding, student performance and testing, student discipline, and special education.
In higher education, people might have questions about the cost of college, financial aid, student loans, college application, college entrance tests, parenting college students, campus life, studying abroad, the value of undergraduate and graduate degrees, graduation rates, college rankings and much more.
We’re really excited about this approach, which will allow us to cater to the specific needs of individual listeners while uncovering information of use to everyone. But we need your help! Please send us your questions, and we’ll be in touch.
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