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ST. CLOUD — Two St. Cloud nonprofits are working together on addressing education issues at districts around the area. 

Partner for Student Success and United Way of Central Minnesota merged at the start of July after a unanimous vote to do so from both boards of directors. Through this merger, PFSS took on the responsibility of the education initiative at United Way.

PFSS is a local organization that identifies the needs of students and uses a data-focused approach to address issues in St. Cloud area public schools. 

United Way is a national nonprofit that focuses on community improvement through fundraising and supporting other nonprofits. The Central Minnesota branch, a St. Cloud organization since 1967, addresses

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