2018 data illustrate the four-year graduation rate gap–all Minnesota students 83.2%, Black 67.4%, Hispanic 66.8%, and American Indian 51.0%. Reading and math proficiency standards also varied. And it is not because of average hours spent on homework or whether parents checked the homework. This is where schools like Minnesota Transitions Charter School come in–this K-12 institution is the largest group of public charter schools in Minnesota. With nine options, each with their own focus, they adapt to each child’s unique set of strengths and needs through learning environments where racial and ethnic diversity is seen, understood, valued and action motivated. The gofundme page details damage such as broken windows and furniture, water damage of technology, as well as the resource room that housed clothing, school supplies, food, and hygiene products. About 250 students go to school in this building.