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Rise & Shine: Greeley going to voters


  • State school construction board finalizes grants list. EdNews Colorado
  • Denver elementary students march against gang violence. Denver Post
  • CU regents warned of state funding disaster. Boulder Daily Camera
  • Falcon school district delays some innovation plans. Colorado Springs Gazette
  • New Ellicott superintendent calls for end to fighting, trash talk. Colorado Springs Gazette
  • Greeley school board approves $8 million bond question for November ballot. Greeley Tribune
  • Only one applicant for open Thompson school board seat. Loveland Reporter-Herald
  • Roaring Fork school board members expected to approve interim superintendent contract with former state academic chief Diana Sirko. Aspen Times
  • LIBOR finance scandal may cost Denver schools money, two school board members say. Denver Business Journal (subscription required for full article access)


  • Private school denies admission to teen with HIV. NPR
  • Report: Tennessee teacher observation scores inflated. Education Week
  • Help for the not-so-needy: A rise in merit-based aid for college students. New York Times
  • The new community college try: For these students, college isn’t an assumption, it’s an aspiration. New York Times


  • Editorial: Lawsuit isn’t right way to change school funding formula but it needs to change. Pueblo Chieftain
  • Op-ed: A college professor says online learning disrupts a teacher’s need to learn from his students. New York Times
  • The Nation’s Dana Goldstein says Bill Gates has learned something in his education reform campaign. The Nation video

Rise & Shine

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