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Colorado legislature at the halfway mark: Where education bills stand

Colorado legislature at the halfway mark: Where education bills stand

Lawmakers have already taken steps to increase school funding, address the teacher shortage, and expand access to higher education
I teach high school history. It’s my job to help teens understand the war in Ukraine

I teach high school history. It’s my job to help teens understand the war in Ukraine

‘Living through history’ is an opportunity and a challenge
International group commends St. Vrain for business practices

International group commends St. Vrain for business practices

District on track to qualify for Meritorious Budget Award
Student achievement on upward trajectory at St. Vrain

Student achievement on upward trajectory at St. Vrain

Success metrics across grade levels continue to improve
Transportation department keeps St. Vrain rolling

Transportation department keeps St. Vrain rolling

Bus drivers help students find success
Biden hoped to reshape school funding

Biden hoped to reshape school funding

A new budget deal shows that’s not likely anytime soon
Despite pushback, Colorado will enforce K-3 teacher training on reading as planned

Despite pushback, Colorado will enforce K-3 teacher training on reading as planned

Colorado will stick to an August deadline for early elementary teachers to complete mandatory training on how to teach reading, despite pushback from some school district leaders about burdensome reporting requirements
Inside the debate over teacher rights and innovation schools in Denver

Inside the debate over teacher rights and innovation schools in Denver

A sweeping proposal that would shore up teacher job protections, standardize school calendars, and even ban busywork has divided Denver teachers, principals, and parents
Years of planning haven’t spared Aurora from angst over closing schools

Years of planning haven’t spared Aurora from angst over closing schools

There’s no painless way to close a school, experts and educators say, no matter how much work and time a district puts in. 
Uptick but no exodus: Despite stress, most teachers stay put

Uptick but no exodus: Despite stress, most teachers stay put

Teacher turnover remains low
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