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‘It’s imperative that we listen’: What the Rittenhouse verdict meant in 5 classrooms

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Unlike Kyle Rittenhouse, Black teens don’t get the benefit of the doubt

Friday’s verdict had me thinking of three other 17-year-olds: Kalief Browder, Trayvon Martin, and Chrystul Kizer.

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Schools, pediatricians look to make up lost ground on non-COVID vaccinations

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Teachers: How will you talk to your students about the Rittenhouse verdict? We’re listening.

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Tay Anderson files defamation lawsuit against accusers

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My lessons are veering off track more than ever. That’s fine by me.

After so much disruption, I’m trying to create a less frantic, more collaborative classroom.

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Denver reports nearly all school staff vaccinated, but 108 could lose jobs

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Denver board approves paying members up to $750 per month

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Teaching reading an Adams 14 priority after a year of turmoil

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Colorado leaders plan to make child care safer. Here’s how.

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‘They are my celebrities:’ How this Denver theater teacher sees his students

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Aurora school board condemns ‘senseless acts of violence’ after shooting

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Colorado should allocate $150 million for kids’ mental health, coalition says

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Colorado cracks down on schools using weak reading curriculum. Advocates worry about backpedaling.

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Colorado to issue new orders for low-performing Adams 14 school

Una guía de recursos para la educación en las escuelas de Montbello y Denver

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With COVID relief money, schools across U.S. take on a bigger role in student mental health

Federal funding is helping to launch new efforts to screen, counsel, and treat students. But some schools are struggling to fill new mental health roles.

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State and external manager report ongoing problems with Adams 14 district

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‘Thank you’ and get your kids vaccinated: Denver to close schools Nov. 19

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A resource guide for literacy in Montbello and Denver schools

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Low stamina and school avoidance: For tweens, this year is unusually turbulent

After two COVID years, students are ‘traumatized by many of the normal routines of a school day.’

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Kindergarten enrollment slumped last year. Now, some schools see rebounds among youngest students

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The Holocaust lesson I regret teaching

I look back with a mix of shame and a commitment to doing better.

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Colorado’s school board races reflected state’s shifting political ground

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Denver was a reform darling. Now, union-supported candidates hold all 7 board seats.

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How will fights about race and suburban schools change education politics?

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Denver to develop criteria for when to close under-enrolled schools

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Denver school board candidates backed by union maintain their lead

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Aurora election results: Charter educator Anne Keke gets most votes, union keeps board majority

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Large 27J district bond passes amid mixed success of school tax measures

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Jeffco school board election 2021: Union-backed candidates win easily

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Proposition 119: Colorado voters reject pot tax for tutoring

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