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"If you don’t want to wear a mask, don’t be here. Watch the meeting from home and email your thoughts to board members. Or call. Or write a letter. We’ll respond," said board Chairwoman Jean Marvin.
"This community has one of the highest vaccination rates in the country," Gov. Tim Walz said. "And again, I thank the school board for making hard choices."
A year ago, no one knew about "CRT." Now, it's part of the school "culture wars."
High school teacher Natalia Benjamin makes history as first from Rochester, and the first Latinx teacher, to receive the award.

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“Critical race theory is a method for an analytical tool for thinking about law,” said Michele Goodwin, a chancellor’s professor at the University of California-Irvine.
"I look across our community, across this room, and I see a tremendous polarization," one audience member said.
Rochester Public Schools announced it would host a prom substitute this year, basically consisting of “a modified grand march and picture opportunity." The Lillis family decided to branch out and hold an event of their own.
The Minnesota Department of Health explained that Hy-Vee had not clarified who was eligible for the doses.
Alexander Weiss shot and killed 17-year-old Muhammed Rahim in 2018. Weiss was tried twice. Both trials concluded with hung juries, meaning the panels of 12 were unable to come to a consensus on Weiss’ guilt or innocence.
Denise Koster is scheduled to get her second and final dose of the vaccine March 4, a few days shy of her birthday.

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His resignation will be effective June 30, 2021.
The new allegations have arrived in the wake of Michael Muñoz admitting that he plagiarized the Thanksgiving letter he sent to staff in the district.
Executive Director of Communications Heather Nessler said both the suspension letter and the restorative practices plan will be made available to the public once they are completed.

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