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$36 billion Colorado budget boosts K-12, higher ed spending

$36 billion Colorado budget boosts K-12, higher ed spending

Lawmakers on the Joint Budget Committee stopped short of developing a plan to reach full funding for K-12.
Colorado charter schools seek more authority over special education

Colorado charter schools seek more authority over special education

Colorado charter schools serve far fewer students with disabilities than district-run schools do.
Climate Change May Push the US Toward the ‘Goldilocks Zone’ for West Nile Virus

Climate Change May Push the US Toward the ‘Goldilocks Zone’ for West Nile Virus

Spring rain, summer drought, and heat created ideal conditions for mosquitoes to spread the West Nile virus through Colorado last year
Colorado hunters encouraged to apply early for big-game licenses

Colorado hunters encouraged to apply early for big-game licenses

Deadline is April 5
Prescribed burn scheduled Thursday, Friday at Ron Stewart Preserve

Prescribed burn scheduled Thursday, Friday at Ron Stewart Preserve

Park will be closed during burning
Longmont Fire Department rethinks risk in wake of Marshall fire

Longmont Fire Department rethinks risk in wake of Marshall fire

Evacuation planning extends farther into city limits
Group begins 40-day bike journey for immigration reform

Group begins 40-day bike journey for immigration reform

Longmont activist riding part of 1,800-mile trek to D.C.
To address workforce shortages, Colorado lawmakers look to expand student work opportunities

To address workforce shortages, Colorado lawmakers look to expand student work opportunities

Colorado lawmakers want to expand K-12 students’ ability to get school credit for working and incentivize employers to create more programs that help students learn from employment opportunities. 
Colorado preschool bill advances after first hearing

Colorado preschool bill advances after first hearing

The vision for a state early childhood agency and a free preschool program open to all Colorado 4-year-olds took a step closer to reality Thursday.
Can physician assistants answer Colorado’s rural health problems? The question is dividing both parties

Can physician assistants answer Colorado’s rural health problems? The question is dividing both parties

State lawmakers are working on a controversial proposal to expand and empower the ranks of physician assistants in rural clinics and elsewher
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