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Facilitator Dana Carmichael, center, works Thursday with Kelliher staff, from left, Kyle Erickson, Mary Lundin, Tim Lutz and John Carlson as part of the four-day Authentic Intellectual Work Conference at Bemidji State University. Administrators and teachers from seven area school districts participated in the workshop, which aims to help districts build local leadership skills by combining, planning and implementing school-wide learning expansions. Monte Draper | Bemidji Pioneer

Area school districts take part in four-day education conference at BSU

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BEMIDJI — The roles of students and teachers were flipped this week, as area school officials gathered at Bemidji State University to learn how to better improve the learning experience they provide to students.

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