Education

School gardens have become increasingly popular, and Minneapolis certainly isn’t immune to this education trend. There are 75 schools within the Minneapolis Public School District, and over 30 of them are home to a garden.

You may not be aware Dunwoody College of Technology approved a school of engineering in 2015, or that in 2016 it launched a bachelor of science degree program in mechanical engineering, followed by a bachelor of science in software engineering in 2017 and now, in 2018, plans for a bachelor of sci

The Bakken Museum, located between the Linden Hills and West Calhoun neighborhoods, testifies to the potential for science, technology and the humanities to make the world a better place.

The Heilicher Minneapolis (K-8) Jewish Day School announced last summer that they received a $9 million grant paid over 10 years, generously given by The Lynne & Andrew Redleaf Foundation.

Minneapolis College of Art and Design (MCAD) opens registration for a new session of continuing education classes on January 2. Looking to learn a new skill or take a class this new year?

Families of students bound for college in 2018: What if someone told you there’s an online platform where you can submit a single student profile to help you find scholarships?

Over a year and a half ago, Kristi Shepherd started Reprise Skincare, a line of skincare products she developed herself. Realizing she was going to need more help, she reached out to the career and college center at St.

As a teacher and coach, Keren Gudeman spent lots of time observing how children and parents interact, but becoming a mother herself ignited a curiosity about parenting that would lead her down an unexpected path.

Learning in Style School in the Whittier neighborhood of Minneapolis specializes in English as a second language for adult immigrants. “The main reason people are here is to learn English,” says school director Agnes Foley.

Every August, City South (formerly St. Louis Park) Magazine spotlights several outstanding students in our communities. Please join us in getting to know the fine young people we’ve selected this year from a pool of many well-qualified candidates, here and continuing on page 18.

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