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Rise & Shine: Dougco’s union past


  • Manual High School’s return to classes seven weeks early is part of a Denver Public Schools’ trend for more learning time. EdNews Colorado, Denver Post
  • Douglas County School District, union once had harmony. Our Colorado News
  • Some CU freshmen look to websites to find roommate matches. Boulder Daily Camera
  • Some Lakewood residents continue fight over rezoning of property for charter school for the deaf. Denver Post
  • Briefs: Districts garner grants, with Sheridan winning $1 million to turn around its middle school, 13 districts getting health-and-wellness funding. EdNews Colorado


  • School is too easy, students say. USA Today
  • Cities across the country are rethinking summer school, combining academics and recreation, to combat learning loss. USA Today
  • At one of NYC’s top schools, 70 students must retake exams after a cheating investigation. GothamSchools, New York Times
  • Alarms sounded as federal education cuts loom. Education Week


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