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Rise & Shine: Model UN comes to Aurora

COLORADO

  • Two years after the Thompson School District was selected to pilot statewide education reforms, officials are still puzzling out how to communicate what those reforms mean to the public. Reporter Herald
  • High school students from around the state competed in a robotics competition. Denver Post
  • A bill that would expand sex education standards would bring the rest of the state close to the standards Aurora uses now. Aurora Sentinel
  • Students gathered at the Community College of Aurora for what organizers said was the first Model United Nations at a Colorado college in 30 years. 9News
  • An analysis of the economic impact of Colorado Mountain College found that it boosts its region’s economy by more than $300 million each year. Denver Post
  • All 92 seniors at Denver’s DSST Stapleton High School are graduating. 9News

NATION

  • A review of Massachusetts data show that a state tally of charter school waiting lists overstates demand. Boston Globe
  • Dallas’ new superintendent could replace up to 50 of the district’s 223 principals this year. Dallas Morning News
  • More than 80 percent of New York City teachers now have more than five years of experience, up from less than two-thirds when Mayor Michael Bloomberg took office. Wall Street Journal

OPINION

  • Commentary: Opponents of the Common Core believe that it is a major, unwarranted federal intervention in education. National Review

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