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Rise & Shine: K12 Inc. on defensive


  • Denver board sets deadline to find new charter site in North High co-location controversy. EdNews Colorado
  • School budget prospects for 2013-14 look familiar – flat funding. EdNews Colorado
  • Mirroring questions in Colorado, K12 Inc. on defensive in Florida. KUNC
  • High school moms and reality TV. CPR
  • Estes Park bus driver leaves 8-year-old on highway’s edge, eight miles from home. 9News
  • Silverton school celebrates major upgrades, including heat. Denver Post
  • Aurora district offering counseling, support services to families and students. Associated Press
  • Romney to campaign Sunday at Jeffco’s D’Evelyn Junior/Senior High School. Denver Post
  • Students at Boulder’s New Vista plant learning garden. Boulder Daily Camera
  • Thompson school district 2013-14 budget process on the horizon. Loveland Reporter-Herald
  • New way to learn at Loveland middle school: iPads. Loveland Reporter-Herald
  • Pueblo County school to look at iPad apps before loading. Pueblo Chieftain
  • University of Denver campus prepares for presidential debate. Denver Post’s Your Hub
  • Pueblo Community College to head health education project. Pueblo Chieftain


  • Obama’s overhaul of public education. Washington Post
  • What’s driving dropout rate for black, Latino boys? NPR
  • Vouches gain foothold among state, local Democrats. Education Week
  • New York City parents seen as less involved in schools. Wall Street Journal
  • Lunch before 10 a.m.: Schools say they have no choice. NBC News


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