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States and cities are banning hair discrimination. Here’s how that’s affecting schools.

Chalkbeat

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Teens Feel Less Safe, Not More, After Lockdown Drills, Study Finds

Colorado Public Radio

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“It makes me feel safer to be who I am”: Colorado House bill aims to ban discrimination against natural hair

The Denver Post

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When Even A Student Who Loves School Starts Missing Day After Day, How Do You Bring Them Back?

Colorado Public Radio

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NOONAN | Colorado needs action, not more clichés, on public ed

Colorado Politics

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TSD1 celebrates January as ‘School Board Recognition Month,’ supports student achievement

The Chronicle News

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Superintendent search begins Thursday for Garfield Re-2

Post Independent

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APS staffer at Boston school named Colorado school psychologist of the year

Aurora Sentinel

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Boulder hosting youth climate summit

Boulder Daily Camera

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How Colorado’s rural and urban food communities are coming together

The Colorado Sun

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Colorado lawmakers will weigh in 2020 whether to ban flavored vaping products

The Colorado Sun

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Durango School District 9-R weighs cellphone ban

The Durango Herald

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More Colorado students are graduating from high school, even if it takes more time

The Colorado Sun / Chalkbeat Colorado

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Outside manager to help run Pueblo D60′s Central High

The Pueblo Chieftain

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Poll by conservative education group finds bipartisan support for choice, charters

Chalkbeat

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Daycare. High School. Work. Homework. Teen Parenting Can Feel Impossible, But ‘We Won’t Give Up’

Colorado Public Radio

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Most Colorado’s student teachers aren’t paid and need second jobs. Will lawmakers step in to ease their financial burden?

The Colorado Sun

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INSIGHTS | Lawmakers again will take on reading, writing and reckoning

Colorado Politics

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Calif., Texas textbooks tell stories differently

The Denver Post

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With 15.7% average pay increase post-strike, more Denver teachers returned

Chalkbeat

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