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Rise & Shine: Union threatens Dougco lawsuit

COLORADO

  • State’s higher education master plan nears completion. EdNews Colorado
  • Peaceful protest planned for tonight’s Dougco school board meeting. EdNews Colorado
  • Fresh union money goes to Democrats. EdNews Colorado
  • Teachers union threatens to sue Douglas County schools. 9News
  • On the education beat: Bullying and sexual orientation. CPR
  • New grading system has Falcon school district parents, students frustrated. KKTV
  • 100 Loveland students enrolled in Thompson Online. Loveland Reporter-Herald
  • Aspen city council places sales tax increase for schools on ballot. Aspen Times, Aspen Daily News
  • CSU-Pueblo enrollment tumbles; some students withdrawn for not paying tuition. Pueblo Chieftain
  • CU regent candidate stops in Pueblo on whirlwind state tour. Pueblo Chieftain
  • CU-Boulder faculty expresses fear over lifting of campus gun ban. Boulder Daily Camera
  • Boulder won’t take lead in lobbying for change to campus gun law. Boulder Daily Camera
  • Unlike in April, Obama campaign to pay for part of president’s CU visit. Boulder Daily Camera

NATIONAL

OPINION

  • Voices: An education researcher finds the Douglas County reform drama puzzling. EdNews Colorado
  • Parent blog: Parents paying for K-12 funding cuts through higher student fees, says Jeffco mom and PTA president. EdNews Colorado
  • Guest commentary: Federal budget cuts would be devastating, says a Craig elementary teacher. Denver Post

Rise & Shine

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