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I use newspapers to teach my students about the world and how to shape it

My middle school students are digital natives. They embrace print journalism anyway.

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Most serious sexual allegations against Tay Anderson unsubstantiated, report says

Aurora school board candidates see equity and academics as top issues

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COVID devastated many Latino families. During Hispanic Heritage Month, tell us how your school community has supported you.

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The pandemic hurt Colorado community college fall enrollment. But not as much as school leaders feared.

Most Colorado students now attend schools with mask mandates

District investigation into Tay Anderson allegations to be released Wednesday

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New guidance urges Colorado school districts to require masks, but Polis sees no need for state mandate

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New reading curriculum for some Jeffco schools, a step toward bigger changes

Aurora high school will change management partner with new focus to keep students on track

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I was a Stuyvesant high school senior on 9/11. It changed me forever.

The people who suffer the most in disasters big and small are often those with the least agency: children.

State orders Adams 14 to allow management company back in schools — at least for now

Denver schools add safety officers, seek authority to ticket students

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Biden calls for mandating vaccines for teachers, more testing in schools — but his authority is limited

Denver teachers union endorses Xóchitl ‘Sochi’ Gaytán in school board race

Her district says in-person learning is best. Her parents want her virtual. Right now, this Denver 7-year-old isn’t in school at all.

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This Denver teacher used to lecture students about using ‘Spanglish’ in the classroom. Now, she embraces it.

Colorado offers gift cards to students who sign up for COVID testing

Adams 14 election cancelled and one new member will sit on the board

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CSU Fort Collins offers extra mental health help as students return in person during the COVID pandemic

University officials are offering extra support for mental health needs and helping students get to know the campus.

Thirteen candidates are vying for four open seats on the Denver school board

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CMAS results are in. But did your kid even take the test?

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Despite the pandemic, Colorado SAT scores rose. Find your school’s 2021 PSAT and SAT results.

Adams 14 school board moves to sever ties with management company

Weekly COVID testing could limit spread in Colorado schools, state officials say

Here’s what you need to know about quarantines in Colorado schools

Despite extra funding, Denver schools don’t have enough nurses

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State Board demands answers in Adams 14 rift with outside manager

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What we know about masks, students, and COVID spread: A Chalkbeat guide

‘It just feels ‘one’ now:’ Inside Denver’s reunified West High School

Adams 14 is off track and out of compliance, state’s progress report says

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First-graders in the reading red zone: How one Colorado school is tackling pandemic gaps