While Minnesota has long been touted for its educational achievements, it is increasingly becoming known for its disparity between students of color and mainstream students. Learn more about the challenges that Hmong Minnesotan students face in achieving math and reading proficiency at the upcoming Council on Asian Pacific Minnesotans event, "Calling Attention to the Needs of Hmong Students
." The forum will offer an opportunity to hear the Hmong community's reaction to the alarming trends in Hmong students' struggles in academic achievement and a chance for you to better understand how, together, we can begin to close the achievement gap.
Calling Attention to the Needs of Hmong Students
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The Hmong are the largest Asian ethnicity in Minnesota. Yet, according to the Department of Education, only 36.6% of Hmong students are proficient in math and only 46.6% in reading. The achievement gap is becoming more alarming.
This forum will be an opportunity to hear the Hmong community's reaction to the alarming facts about Hmong students' struggles in academic achievement. Please join us for discussion and hear from experts in the field of education.
Hmong Village Rm A18
1001 Johnson Parkway
St. Paul, MN 55106
Sunday, October 21, 2012
8:30am to 12:00pm
Light Refreshments Provided
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Department of Education
Hmong American Partnership
St. Paul Public Schools
Minneapolis Public Schools
The event is free and open to the public. To register, please click here.
For more information, please contact Pa Yang at firstname.lastname@example.org
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