PSEO in the News

“PSEO students have quite a bit of flexibility to balance their priorities wherever they need to.” — Jonah Martinez, EducationPost

“The main thing that sets PSEO apart from other dual-enrollment programs — Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, College in the Schools, and Project Lead the Way — is the on-campus learning component.” — Erin Hinrichs, MinnPost

 

“Minnesota students not getting all info on dual-credit opportunities" — Faiza Mahamud, StarTribune

“PSEO seemed like an opportunity too good not to take advantage of" — Asiya Browne, EducationPost

“We are reaching out to American Indian, people of color and to families that do not have strong financial positions. College is possible” — Brook Lafloe, The Circle
 

“Dual credit is a way to close opportunity gaps” — Aaliyah Hodge, Brook Lafloe, Zeke Jackson, MinnPost

 

“Dual-credit is an excellent option to improve high school instruction” — Jeff Kolnick, MinnPost

“School districts should get the word out about PSEO, report says”— Anthony LoneTree, StarTribune 
 

“Youth-led group aims to raise profile of PSEO college classes for Minnesota high school students” - Anthony Lonetree, StarTribune
 

“Look into PSEO” - Beatrice Handlin, White Bear Press
 

“Meet five students who got a jump on college” - Casey Selix, MinnPost
 

“MN high school students save millions in tuition by taking college-credit courses” - Joe Nathan, Minnesota Spokesman-Recorder
 

“PSEO: A way to save money and rise to a challenge” - Zeke Jackson, Morrision County Record
 

“Education advocates embroiled in an 11th-hour battle over post-secondary ‘gag rule’” - Beth Hawkins, MinnPost
 

“An alternative route to a diploma: why some special-ed students in Minnesota opt to continue past their senior year of high school” - Erin Heinrichs, MinnPost
 

“Dual Credit: Opportunity and Equity Indeed” - Joe Nathan, Center for School Change
 

“Schools across state aim to diversify advanced classes” - Anthony LoneTree, StarTribune
 

“Sophomores can now enroll in PSEO classes” - Cliff Buchan, Forest Lake Times
 

Radio Interviews
Beatrice Handlin, BOB FM