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Mental health training mandatory for Colorado coaches

The Journal-Advocate

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Colorado lawmakers are trying again to unravel a complicated school finance knot

Chalkbeat

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How are Colorado schools doing? Advocates say the state still holds back too much data

Chalkbeat

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PERRY: Colorado’s funding full-day kindergarten is much more than kid stuff

Aurora Sentinel

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More than 80,000 Colorado students attend school four days a week. What happens on the fifth day?

Chalkbeat

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2019 NYF Rural Education Partnership Program

How One Colorado Art Teacher Inspires Kids By Leaning Into Chaos, Not Control

Colorado Public Radio

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When I became Puerto Rico’s education chief, I wasn’t prepared for the level of poverty I’d see. Now, I want others to pay attention.

Chalkbeat

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Colorado learned the danger of glamorizing shooters. Does lionizing student heroes also carry risks?

The Colorado Sun

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New Full-Day Kindergarten Law Will Impact School Districts Differently

KUNC

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Board OKs nearly five percent raise for teachers

The Daily Sentinel

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New report on virtual education: ‘It sure sounds good. As it turns out, it’s too good to be true.’

The Washington Post

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Rural Colorado faces a teacher shortage. University of Colorado Denver has plans to help.

Chalkbeat

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Colorado schools to teach a far more inclusive version of history

Colorado Politics

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Rift emerges over increasing school security after shooting

The Denver Post

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Building Growth Mindset in the Classroom: Assignments From Carol Dweck

Education Week

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Douglas County Approves A $13 Million School Security Funding Booster, But The School Board Isn't Cheering

Colorado Public Radio

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Montezuma-Cortez schools approve tax increase

The Journal
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LETTERS: Micro-managing public education; don't use excess money on recreation

The Gazette
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OPINION | Legislature made major strides for Colorado's public schools

Colorado Politics

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