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  • Tempers flare at Douglas County board meeting and one speaker calls for more security at the “hostile” gatherings. With video. EdNews Colorado, Our Colorado News
  • Podcast: Reform can’t happen fast enough, says charter school advocate Eva Moskowitz. EdNews Colorado
  • As Boy Scouts affirm ban on gays, Boulder Valley School District may change policy that benefited club. Boulder Daily Camera
  • Family Learning Center program introduces students to CU-Boulder. Boulder Daily Camera
  • Douglas County voucher opponents file answer briefs in lawsuit appeal. Our Colorado News
  • School district balks at Parker charter school site. Our Colorado News
  • Slow growing but still crowded, Cherry Creek expands high schools. Aurora Sentinel
  • Greeley school board to decide this week on asking voters for a tax increase. Greeley Tribune
  • Petitions submitted in effort to recall Ellicott board members. Colorado Springs Gazette
  • Douglas County administrator is finalist for Florida superintendent’s job. Tampa Bay Times
  • Nearly 100 undocumented students apply for new rate at Metro State. Fox 31
  • CSU president calls for a conversation on funding higher education. Glenwood Springs Post Independent

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