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Revision as of 17:39, 20 December 2013

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List of school districts in Minnesota

State profile
Number of students: 824,333
Number of schools: 1,967
Number of school districts: 333
Graduation rate: 77.6%
Per-pupil spending: $10,685
State school administration
Commissioner of Education: Brenda Cassellius
Deputy Commissioner: Jessie Montano
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Minnesota is home to 333 school districts, 1,967 schools and 824,333 K-12 students.[1]

Quick facts

State school administrators

  • Commissioner of Education: Brenda Cassellius[2]
  • Deputy Commissioner: Jessie Montano
  • Assistant Commissioner: Elia Dimayuga-Bruggeman
  • Assistant Commissioner: Rose Hermodson
  • Assistant Commissioner: Steve Dibb
  • Assistant Commissioner: Kevin McHenry
  • Chief of Staff and Communications Director: Charlene Briner
  • Government Relations Director: Daron Korte

Demographics

The following table displays the ethnic distribution of students in Minnesota.[1]

Ethnicity Number of students Percentage
White 612,460 74.30%
African American 82,288 9.98%
Hispanic 56,751 6.88%
Asian/Pacific Islander 53,931 6.54%
Native American 18,903 2.30%

School board elections

Upcoming elections

See also: List of school board elections in 2013

In 2013, nine of the top enrollment school districts in Minnesota held elections for a total of 31 school board seats across the state. Eight top enrollment school districts will hold elections for a total of 28 seats on November 4, 2014.

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