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Rise & Shine: Teacher screening tool criticized

COLORADO

  • Find your district’s proposed funding under the governor’s budget proposal. EdNews Colorado
  • School district tax campaigns bust $1 million mark. EdNews Colorado
  • State responds to Lobato plaintiffs in school finance case. EdNews Colorado
  • Metro school districts get into race for federal grants. Denver Post
  • Colorado schools make their case for keeping federal improvement grant. Denver Post
  • DPS-centered housing up for sale as fearful residents stew. Denver Post
  • Low-performing Colorado schools try to meet improvement deadline. Denver Post
  • Boulder receiving complaints about teacher candidate screening tool. Boulder Daily Camera
  • Boulder-area community brainstorms to guide district’s long-term goals. Boulder Daily Camera
  • St. Vrain district says seniors could work off tax increase. Longmont Times-Call
  • Gypsum school community fooled by leukemia hoax. 9News
  • Welding is the new hot course on campus. Denver Post
  • Denver’s Metro State plans $12 million athletic complex on south side. Denver Post
  • Pay-as-you-earn program to lower some student-loan payments. Boulder Daily Camera

NATIONAL

  • Respite on education issues unlikely for election winners. Education Week
  • Mitt Romney makes education pitch in final days before election. Huffington Post
  • Back to school, bundled up, but with lingering questions. New York Times
  • Should school board members have college degrees? Washington Post

OPINION

Rise & Shine

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