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Apply to the Media Literacy Advisory Committee

Apply to the Media Literacy Advisory Committee

Applications for CDE’s Media Literacy Advisory Committee are being accepted through Friday, Aug. 9.

The department anticipates that the working group will be convened in September 2019 and will continue to meet regularly through December 2019.

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A new Colorado report tries to show what higher education is worth. The value is clearer for some degrees than others.

The Colorado Sun

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Career and technology education is an effective pathway to earning money

Inside Higher Ed

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Is a degree worth the cost?

The Denver Post

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Colorado Is A Hotbed Of Teen Vaping, But Lacks The Tools To Help Kids Quit

Colorado Public Radio

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Vaping spawns worrisome form of teen addiction

The Denver Post

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Cyberbullying is rising, and girls are bearing the brunt of taunting

The Denver Post

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Taking a hit: Colorado school districts grapple with insuring against hail

Chalkbeat

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Autism: Services in short supply

The Denver Post

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Starting the Day With a Calming Routine

Edutopia

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These 17 School District Borders Highlight Colorado’s Byzantine Funding Scheme

Colorado Public Radio

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3 times as many girls as boys report harassment as cyberbullying rises

9 News

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Campaign for Coloradans to give up their TABOR refunds doesn’t exist – so far

The Denver Post

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Judges revive TABOR challenge

The Denver Post

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PEBC Board of Directors Names New President & CEO

Why experts say it's important to talk to your kids about suicide

9 News

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Federal appeals court revives lawsuit over Colorado's TABOR

Colorado Politics

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Republicans tacked on an unlawful busing amendment

The Denver Post

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Teen activists score mental health days for Oregon students

The Denver Post

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Northeast BOCES officials recognized at state BOCES meeting

Journal-Advocate

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