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Rise & Shine: Rift among Senate Democrats keeps loan rates doubled

COLORADO

  • Gov. John Hickenlooper quietly said that he would support the K-12 tax measure. EdNews EdWire
  • Adams 12 Five Star school district’s budget for next year includes teacher and staff raises. Our Colorado News

NATION

  • A Connecticut judge ruled that Paul Vallas must step down as the city appeals a ruling that found him unqualified for the job of Bridgeport superintendent. Wall Street Journal
  • A rift among Democrats in the Senate doomed a proposal to keep student loan interest rates low. New York Times

Rise & Shine

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