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Rise & Shine: High schools licensing apparel for retail sale

COLORADO

  • High school parents and sports coaches are seeking more education for student athletes about the dangers of prescription drug abuse. Coloradoan
  • Gov. John Hickenlooper’s slow decision about whether he would support a tax hike for education frustrated critics and supporters. Denver Post
  • A growing number of high schools, including Boulder High, are licensing apparel to be sold in retail stores. Daily Camera
  • Parents at a Thornton middle school are questioning a school supply list that requires students to bring 96 pencils. 9News

NATION

  • The bipartisan spirit that flourished around education policy under President George Bush has disappeared. New York Times
  • A visit to a Maryland Common Core training session for teachers. NPR

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