The long hours, low pay and dismal vibe all contributed to their decisions. All three were elected in 2006.
After a lot of soul searching the reformer and lightning rod says he won't seek another term on the school board.
A new generation of Hmong makes its own exodus
Community activists ask the Minnesota Court of Appeals to declare the closings illegal
Last night at Minneapolis Public Schools HQ, the school board discussed the likely closure of a number of city schools and the transfer of their students to other schools. And no one screamed.
A radically retooled Minneapolis School Board tries to stop the bleeding and start over
An interview with Minneapolis's most reviled black man du jour
It all happened too late for this week's print edition, but I've posted a web interview with Chris Stewart, the man at the center of the flap about the satiric Tammy Lee website that painted the IP candidate as a racist.