Let’s do this. Let’s support the 30,000 Minneapolis students most in-need so, they too, can attend rigorous and relevant schools. Applying a school-centered approach grounded in co-designing solutions with communities, we can fix the problem. In fact, we’re already well on our way.

This is Minnesota Comeback. We lead a broad coalition of schools, community partners and funders coordinating around K-12 systems change so all students can access great schools.

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Our zine—‘Schools That Work’

Hello Families, Students, Fellow Advocates and Educators!  No matter their neighborhood in Minneapolis, every child and family should benefit from schools that work—where rigorous academics and relevant experiences go hand-in-hand. And the time has come for families to know more because they insist on better information. We’ve heard enough stories of students left behind and pushed out.…

News release: In spite of Minneapolis’ nation-leading disparities, ‘Schools That Work’ showcases schools that do well by all kids

–Schools that work deviate from the norm; they engage all families and ensure equity in access to learning and high expectations– –Parents articulate vision and expectations for all schools to work for students underserved– For immediate release Media contact: Nicholas Banovetz, 651-815-5999/nbanovetz@mncomeback.org Minneapolis – May 28, 2019 – Minnesota Comeback—a broad coalition of advocates, families,…

News release: Minneapolis schools demonstrating success with underserved children have space to enroll more students for the upcoming school year

Low-performing schools’ enrollment is declining as more families opt for better options For immediate release Media contact: Nicholas Banovetz (651) 815-5999; nbanovetz@mncomeback.org   Minneapolis – May 22, 2019 – Minnesota Comeback today announced that multiple district, charter and independent schools demonstrating strong results for children from low-income backgrounds have space to enroll more students for the 2019-20 school year.…