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DACA opened doors to education for some, but many students still face obstacles

DACA opened doors to education for some, but many students still face obstacles

Before the creation of DACA, young people without legal status described hitting demoralizing barriers in high school.
Crayons to Calculators school supply drive seeks donations

Crayons to Calculators school supply drive seeks donations

The annual Crayons to Calculators campaign, which provides school supplies for local students, is seeking public support to meet an overall program goal of $250,000 for the upcoming academic year.
Child care providers brace for future without Biden’s proposed funding

Child care providers brace for future without Biden’s proposed funding

It’s going to get even harder for child care centers to hire enough staff and keep their doors open
Colorado FAFSA rate rebounds but falls short of national average

Colorado FAFSA rate rebounds but falls short of national average

The bad news is that even Colorado’s improving rate falls well below the national average.
Tentative Jeffco teacher pay deal sets starting salary at $50,000

Tentative Jeffco teacher pay deal sets starting salary at $50,000

The agreement still requires ratification by the school board and union members.
Crayons to Calculators school supply drive seeks donations

Crayons to Calculators school supply drive seeks donations

The annual Crayons to Calculators campaign, which provides school supplies for local students, is seeking public support to meet an overall program goal of $250,000 for the upcoming academic year.
Inflation makes back to school shopping difficult for families

Inflation makes back to school shopping difficult for families

Rising prices mean Longmont families are cutting back to cover the costs of school items
Colorado college student talks neurodiversity, mentorship, and advocacy

Colorado college student talks neurodiversity, mentorship, and advocacy

About 150 high school and college students with ADHD, dyslexia, and other neurodiversities are set to gather this week in Denver at a conference
CSU professor helps Colorado teachers find LGBTQ history close to home

CSU professor helps Colorado teachers find LGBTQ history close to home

The notable figures and moments in the fight for LGBTQ rights are numerous. 
Without free school meals for all, many fear lunch debt will return ‘with a vengeance’

Without free school meals for all, many fear lunch debt will return ‘with a vengeance’

“Before the pandemic, unpaid school lunch debt was a huge problem,” said Crystal FitzSimons.