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Colorado bill seeks changes to school discipline, less use of seclusion and restraint

Colorado bill seeks changes to school discipline, less use of seclusion and restraint

A bill introduced in the Colorado House this week calls for significantly more data collection, more public reports on school discipline practices, and fewer loopholes
‘Utterly unsustainable:’ Denver mulling fix for special education workloads

‘Utterly unsustainable:’ Denver mulling fix for special education workloads

A committee of five district officials and five “specialized service providers” is tasked with brainstorming solutions.
A rideshare company is transporting Colorado at-risk students. Whose rules should apply?

A rideshare company is transporting Colorado at-risk students. Whose rules should apply?

But as a rideshare company, HopSkipDrive hasn’t been regulated like other companies that also provide rides for at-risk students.
A Coors Field hot dog, and just about everything else, will cost you more this season thanks to inflation

A Coors Field hot dog, and just about everything else, will cost you more this season thanks to inflation

Vendors around Coors Field say a trip to the ballpark this year will likely cost residents a little more than in the past
Refurbished Walkers and Wheelchairs Fill Gaps Created by Supply Chain Problems

Refurbished Walkers and Wheelchairs Fill Gaps Created by Supply Chain Problems

Medical equipment reuse programs like these collect, clean, and lend devices — often at no cost to the borrower.
Gap between water supply and demand a growing uncertainty in northern Colorado

Gap between water supply and demand a growing uncertainty in northern Colorado

Northern Water looks at upcoming water year and what it means for future supply
Words to know: Practical English classes draw hundreds to Denver college’s courses

Words to know: Practical English classes draw hundreds to Denver college’s courses

The school’s approach differs from the English classes usually offered to immigrants.
Vladislav Doronin opens up about recent $76.2M Aspen investment

Vladislav Doronin opens up about recent $76.2M Aspen investment

Roughly this time last year, Vladislav Doronin was being lauded as a visionary in Florida.
A proposed ban on flavored nicotine could cut into Colorado’s preschool funding

A proposed ban on flavored nicotine could cut into Colorado’s preschool funding

If passed in its current form, the flavor ban bill could take a multimillion-dollar bite out of the preschool program
The Pandemic Exacerbates the ‘Paramedic Paradox’ in Rural America

The Pandemic Exacerbates the ‘Paramedic Paradox’ in Rural America

Paramedics are often the most highly skilled medical providers on emergency response crews
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