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Rise & Shine: Few Colorado schools changed rankings this year

COLORADO

  • The legislature’s budget committee discussed issues facing K-12 funding, which promisese to become a central issue of 2014. EdNews Colorado
  • Few schools saw a change in their state ranking since last year, placing forty on track to face consequences from the state education department. EdNews Colorado
  • New Common Core-aligned tests go into effect this spring and will be quickly used in state accountability measures, including teacher evaluations and school rankings. EdNews Colorado
  • In Englewood, parents, teachers and staff teamed up to support an autistic student, an example of the small district’s creative approach to using their limited resources. 9News
  • Both Boulder and St. Vrain school districts saw increased enrollment this year. Daily Camera
  • Colorado Springs school board sold a patch of land originally purchased to house a new school. Now it’s destined to hold houses instead. Gazette
  • The mother of the Canon City girl praised the school district for suspending the boy who kissed her hand. Gazette
  • A ruling on accusations of improper campaign spending by the Dougco school district is expected later this month. Our Colorado News

NATION

  • In Ohio, the tally of students disciplined for bringing guns to school is available to the public, due to privacy laws. Columbus Dispatch
  • Over half of students polled in Illinois said that their teachers rarely asked them hard questions in class. Chicago Tribune
  • Schools in Long Island have spent big on security since the shootings at Sandy Hook. Newsday
  • Schools in Buffalo will see Teach for America instructors in their classrooms for the first time next year. Buffalo News
  • Students will now be required to get flue shots in order to attend New York City preschools and kindergartens. NY Post

OPINION

Rise & Shine

Each weekday morning, we search websites of various media, comb through RSS feeds and peruse Google alerts to bring you a roundup of the day’s top education headlines, in Colorado and across the country, by 8 a.m. If you’d like to suggest a story we’ve missed or a source we should add to the list, please email us at ednews@ednewscolorado.org.

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Metrics for evaluating the superintendent say he should identify at least two “enduring systems of oppression” within the district to be dismantled.
“No solo queremos que nuestro maestro regrese, también queremos más maestros que se vean como él.”
La ley les da a las comunidades locales como Adams 14 bastantes opciones para resistir al estado, que ha mandado una reorganización del distrito.
We spoke with 4 students at Denver’s North High about losing teacher Tim Hernández and why teacher diversity matters.
¿Tendrán menos valor los diplomas de Adams 14? ¿Van a cerrar las escuelas? Tenemos respuestas a las preguntas más importantes.
Universal preschool, more money for K-12 schools, and inroads on college access were some of the achievements of the 2022 Colorado General Assembly.