School funding, safety, and discipline reforms top list of priorities for Minnesota education advocates heading into 2020 Legislature
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Associations and nonprofits representing educators, school administrators and families are busy finalizing their agendas ahead of the 2020 Minnesota legislative session, which begins Feb. 11.
For the most part, that means fine-tuning wish lists from last year’s Legislature, which was marked by modest funding wins along with a whole host of failed policy asks.
This year, education advocates will still be up against a politically divided Legislature, though some policy initiatives may stand a better chance at gaining traction this year, since it’s a non-budget year.
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