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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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Discipline or treatment? Schools rethinking vaping response

The Denver Post

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Cherry Creek High student Krithik Ramesh wins $75,000 for science fair project on spinal surgery

The Denver Post

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Administration moves to revoke transgender health protection

Aurora Sentinel

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Douglas County seeks more security

The Denver Post

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Strategies for Integrating SEL into the School Day

Medium (Apr 24, 2019)
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THS students excel in CTE

The Chronicle-News.com

One of our goals for Career and Technical Education (CTE) at Trinidad High School is to recognize students who not only excel in their specific technical field but also in academic classes, extra-curricular activities, and involvement in the community. 

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State could keep TABOR refunds with lawmaker referred ballot measure

KOAA (May 21, 2019)

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