"I feel home, you know, it's like the best way to put it," Duluth East High School student Abigail Mitchell said.
Education in the News
Invasive species have been causing havoc in our local ecosystem and Tuesday was a time to address the issue.
Gov. Scott Walker is prepared to spend millions more on rural schools, but some education officials said it won't be enough for some struggling districts.
It’s not unheard of to talk about a teacher shortage, as in full-time instructors, but what about a dwindling number of available substitute teachers?
The City of Duluth joined six criminal justice agencies in the announcement of a new domestic violence policy.
Champ the Bulldog's mascot, was celebrating a UMD student Wednesday.
UMD theater students are brightening up the days of kids around Duluth.
The future of the Duluth Public Library remains up in the air.
Lake Superior College has gotten a boost in funding to educate more women in non-traditional jobs.
A Duluth Head Start classroom got a special visit from a state representative Monday.
Two small rival schools are faced with a big decision to combine as one.
A modern day treasure hunt led a Two Harbors boy to a wish of a lifetime Thursday.
Thursday marked the anniversary of the 1973 Supreme Court decision in Roe vs. Wade, which says women can have a legal abortion.
Right now, students within the Lake Superior School District only hit the books four days a week. But the Minnesota Department of Education wants the district back to a five-day calendar.
Tuesday night, the Duluth School Board voted to approve the remaining Long–Range Facilities Plan, which has $5.4 million left over from the original plan that began in 2007 with a $315 million budget