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Rise & Shine: Community College of Aurora president resigns


  • The Colorado League of Charter Schools is seeing some staff cutbacks. EdNews EdWire
  • Community College of Aurora President Alton Scales resigned, two weeks shy of his first anniversary on the job. Aurora Sentinel
  • An assistant superintendent in Colorado Springs is one of two finalists for the top job in Ann Arbor’s schools.
  • A University of Denver professor filed a gender wage discrimination suit against the school. Denver Post


  • The California Board of Education is weighing new science standards that would stress experimentation over memorization. L.A. Times
  • A U.S. Education Department panel says that two testing consortia developing new exams need to do a better job making sure their tests are accessible to students learning English and those with disabilities. EdWeek


  • Editorial: The Daily Camera says that St. Vrain’s Superintendent of the Year award is an affirmation of Don Haddad’s accomplishments.

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