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Senate to consider tax reform plan with K-12 ramifications THE JOURNAL Report: Motivation a major factor in U. student test performance REUTERS Report: Bullied teens twice as likely to bring weapons to school GREATER MINNESOTA WEEKLIES Big Lake: School board to bond for 2018 improvements Blue Earth Area: Board hears residents’ bullying concerns Blue Earth Area: Students facing felony charges in alleged assault Chatfield: District implements new programs Ely: Sixth-grader raising money to fight childhood cancer Goodhue: Three candidates elected to school board Houston: School board hears praise of new math intervention program Kenyon-Wanamingo: Voters approve both ballot questions Kingsland: School board fills vacancy Lanesboro: Planning committee presents report to school board Mabel-Canton: Superintendent lays groundwork for the future Park Rapids Area: School concession stands facing greater scrutiny Rushford-Peterson: Board approves e-learning guidelines with concerns Zumbrota-Mazeppa: Voters OK referendum questions AUSTIN DAILY HERALD Extracurricular: Austin robotics teams advance to state BRAINERD DISPATCH Referendum: Brainerd officials crunch data to select polling places Referendum: Board sets bond vote for April MANKATO FREE PRESS Crime: Former school cooks union treasurer convicted of theft ROCHESTER POST-BULLETIN Discipline: Red Wing teacher put on leave pending investigation Policy: Stewartville overturns lunch policy MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27 MINNEAPOLIS STAR TRIBUNE Courts: Minnesota Supreme Court case should inspire another look at teacher tenure law Funding: Minnesota companies invest in high schools to boost vocational, engineering and other high-demand work Youth: Network of caring adults can be key to stopping youth homelessness ST.MINNPOST Funding: What does the future look like for districts that struck out on referenda? PAUL PIONEER PRESS Courts: Judge rejects last of three lawsuits against Stillwater Area school closings Curriculum: Scandia students practice persuasion on the guy at the top MPR Curriculum: Steger plans wilderness education center THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Politics: U. Education Department considers narrowing scope of civil rights investigations at schools CHALKBEAT Politics: Colorado education officials consider asking Colorado Legislature to pass minimum teacher pay law POLITICO Politics: U. 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