Minnesota has failed students of color in our state with decreases in public school funding, including programs intended to close the achievement gap. Our public education system does not have to be this way. Procuring adequate funding to provide a quality education for every child is absolutely necessary for the long-term well-being of our communities. We must address racial inequity within and between our schools and meet the needs that have been identified. We know that diversity in our public schools is one of their greatest strengths.
Read our report on how we can make change and fund our future.
Section 1: The Failure in Education Funding
Section 3: How to Improve Our Schools