Wave of innovation in Owatonna schools more important than referendum loss
Center Director, Steve Kelley was featured in an article on education innovation.
"Owatonna might be delivering the 21st Century model for public schools,'' observed Steve Kelley, director of the Center for Science, Technology and Public Policy at the University of Minnesota's Humphrey Institute. Kelley organized a roundtable session that included presentations from school innovators from Itasca County and the Blandin Foundation, where citizens and school officials are working on a comprehensive strategy to improve student success, and with which Growth & Justice has partnered A third presenter at the meeting was the Teacher Education Redesign Initiative, a partnership with the Bush Foundation.
Read full article on the Twin Cities Daily Planet.