CURA Reporter [Spring/Summer 2010]

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This issue contains the following articles: Improving the Education of Minnesota's Students from Pre-K through College: Measuring Student Progress and Using Data to Drive Decision Making, by Michael C. Rodriguez, Kathleen Matuska, Julio Cabrera, and Stacy Karl / Learning to Bridge Different Ways of Knowing: The Dream of Wild Health American Indian Seed-Garden Project as Mentor, by Craig A. Hassel / Attorneys' Perspectives on the Violation of the Civil Rights of Immigrants Detained in Minnesota, by Jacob Chin, Katherine Fennelly, Kathleen Moccio, Charles Miles, and José D. Pacas / Advancing Neighborhood Goals: The Role of Geographic- Based Community Development Corporations, by Noel Nix / The 2010 U.S. Census: Ensuring Everyone Counts in Minneapolis, by Margaret Kaplan / Designing a Social-Welfare Safety Net that Supports Low- Income Workers, by Jodi R. Sandfort / Will Craig Earns Spot in GIS Hall of Fame / Project Funding Available from CURA / Estrogen Mimics in Industrial Wastewater: Sources and Treatment, by Mark S. Lundgren and Paige J. Novak / Achieving Success in Business: A Comparison of Somali and American-Born Entrepreneurs in Minneapolis, by Shannon Golden, Elizabeth Heger Boyle, and Yasīn Jama / Kris Nelson Earns Outstanding Community Service Award


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University of Minnesota: Center for Urban and Regional Affairs. (2010). CURA Reporter [Spring/Summer 2010]. Retrieved from the University Digital Conservancy,

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