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    Coloring books and worksheets: What's the value of 'staying in the lines'

    MPR Crayons, of course. Scented markers. Colored pencils, presharpened. And coloring books by the jillions.

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    State rolls out new accountability system for schools

    MPRFor Minnesota's educators, parents and education watchdogs, there's a whole new set of numbers to work through as the state on Thursday rolls out its newly refined school and district accountability data.

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    State still negotiating with districts over disparities in student discipline

    MPRIt's back to school season in Minnesota. But a handful of school districts and charter schools are starting the school year still negotiating with the Minnesota Department of Human Rights to address racial disparities in student discipline.

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    No more late fees at the library? St. Paul Mayor says dropping fines is overdue

    Pioneer Press - It’s a penalty almost as old as the American public library system itself. You check a book out from your local library, and return it a few days — or weeks — past due. Then the fines accrue.

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    Toddlers like winners, but how they win matters

    MPREverybody loves a winner — even toddlers, according to a study published Monday. But even though kiddos tend to like high-status individuals, they don't like those who win conflicts by using force.

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    reTHINK your drink SLOW ROLL

    Sunday, Aug. 19, 2018 youth, youth workers and parents gathered at Commons Park the ReTHINK your drink Slow Roll. The event was held in partnership with the Minneapolis Health Department, Appetite for Change, Minnesota Health Department, Slow Roll, NENA, Neighborhood Hub, American Indian Center, Brian Coyle Center, Cultural Wellness Center and the Minneapolis Youth Coordinating Board.

    Minneapolis Youth Coordinating Board

    Together, Better.