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Work in 2021 is delayed a month

The Denver Post

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House, Senate pass bill

The Denver Post

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Stimulus Deal: Stimulus Checks, Unemployment, And Money For Education

Forbes

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Educators, Students and Schools Come Up Short in Coronavirus Relief Package

U.S. News & World Report

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Colorado lawmakers promise enrollment drop won’t hurt school funding

Chalkbeat

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The wait is nearly over: Congress set to provide over $50 billion for public schools

Chalkbeat

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Biden poised to nominate Connecticut education chief Miguel Cardona as education secretary

CNN Politics

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Biden To Pick Connecticut Schools Chief Miguel Cardona As Education Secretary

NPR

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Biden set to nominate Miguel Cardona as education secretary, sidestepping fraught policy debates

Chalkbeat

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Is $54.3B in COVID-19 relief funding enough for K-12 schools?

K-12 Dive

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Affluent Families Ditch Public Schools, Widening U.S. Inequality

Bloomberg

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NSBA Federal Insider Podcast

The South Carolina Supreme Court recently prevented South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster from using federal coronavirus relief aid from the CARES Act to provide tuition grants for private schools in SC. Joining the conversation around this topic is South Carolina School Boards Association Executive Director & CEO, Scott Price.

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General Assembly delays work of 2021 session to February

Colorado Politics

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What they are saying: Congressional leaders reach COVID-19 relief deal

Colorado Politics

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CDE News Release - Preliminary data shows 3.3% decrease in 2020 school enrollment with biggest drop in early grades

CDE

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More testing, shorter quarantines key to resuming in-person learning, Colorado educators say

The Denver Post

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Teachers, parents react to push for in-person learning in Colorado

The Denver Channel

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Colorado’s superintendent of the year offers a pandemic prescription: Frequent communication, fewer tests

Chalkbeat

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Youth suicides on the Eastern Plains spark political protest, “7 is too many” social media campaign

The Colorado Sun

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Fauci: The "default position" for students should be in-person instruction

SmartBrief

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