Hmong Times Education
The Hmong Times Education section delivers in depth articles that report on anything that is important to the education of our Hmong citizens. You will find information pertaining to all levels of education, from Elementary education, High School, Vocational School or College. You will also find information about current and pending legislation that pertains to the quality of our communities education.
Over the past few decades, the curriculum in many schools has been narrowed to focus on core academic subjects, at the expense of arts education.
Visiting a college campus allows you to experience the campus atmosphere firsthand, interact with current students, and gain valuable insights into the college’s academic programs and extracurricular offerings.
While the classroom is an integral part of your child’s education and indeed their life, it should not be the only part of their education. The traditional classroom setting will teach your child a great deal, but if you want your child to have a truly well-rounded education, you will need to supplement that setting with after school and extracurricular activities.
A new school year is almost here and parents are faced with financial and organizational challenges. How do you prepare your home for some of the busiest days of your lives?
Real life starts after high school — or at least, professional life does. But while college may seem like the inevitable next step after your high school diploma, you shouldn’t be blinded to the alternatives.
Your local public school is close by and probably where most of the kids in your neighborhood go. But it isn’t the only option. There are many different types of schools out there, public and private.
The district’s educational philosophy at Noble Academy focuses on rigorous academic programs and social curriculum. In addition, the district infuses Responsive Classroom principles and techniques into the life of the school.
SMRLS’ Education Law Advocacy Project (ELAP) is an excellent service for low-income families needing assistance on education related issues.
Noble Academy proved once again that there is no excuse big enough to disrupt its hard-earned distinction “High-Quality” as defined by the Minnesota Department of Education (MDE).