U.S. Secretary of Education Cardona Visits Rochester School

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“U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona stopped by John Marshall High School in Rochester Friday morning.

It was one of the final stops on his Raise the Bar tour across the Midwest. Other stops included schools and colleges in Kansas, Missouri, Illinois, and Wisconsin.

During his tour of John Marshall, he praised the programs and atmosphere as some of the best he’d seen all week.

Secretary Cardona and U.S. Senator Tina Smith had a chance to speak with guidance counselors, teachers, and students during the tour.

Afterward, they held a roundtable discussion with school district and community leaders on the importance of mental health and community schools.”

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