LeadMN signed onto a letter that urges Congress to fund the Child Care Access Means Parents in School (CCAMPIS) Program at $500 million—the amount needed to provide child care support to approximately 6 percent of Pell-eligible parenting students of children ages 0-5
LeadMN sent a letter to the Minnesota State Board of Trustees urging them to begin an independent review of the handling of the Hennepin Technical College situation.
A recent LeadMN survey of 7700 community and technical college students shows that 90% of students struggle to pay for higher education. LeadMN Treasurer Marcelus Ifonlaja shares his concerns about college affordability.
Each month the cabinet shares some of the work they accomplished.
A new community college grant program proposed by MN House Democrats would cover tuition for Minnesotans of certain income levels.
The House and Senate higher education omnibus bills are out and on the move! Read all about the exciting provisions included here.
Minnesota State College and University faculty have nominated 20 students who are well-deserving to receive the Mark M. Welter World Citizen Award.  Each student will receive the $500 Mark M. Welter World Citizen Award for 2022 Spring Semester.
A federal lawsuit filed today by LeadMN seeks to stop violations of the First Amendment by Minnesota State’s Board of Trustees.
LeadMN President Axel Kylander and Vice President David Mesta testified in front of the Minnesota State Board of Trustees about the need for an independent review of the system's racial discrimination and harassment policy and for greater oversight by the Board of Trustees in regards to complaints against presidents and their employment contracts.
The Star Tribune reported on LeadMN's effort to change the culture at Minnesota State after allegations of harassment and discrimination were brought against a college President.