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Rise & Shine: Boulder teachers trained alongside rising kindergartners

COLORADO

  • The governor’s Education Leadership Council said the campaign for a new tax for education will need a clear message to voters. EdNews Colorado
  • The deadline for turning in petitions to get the tax measure on the ballot is Monday. KDVR
  • Boulder Valley schools are using a summer program for incoming kindergartners as a way to also train teachers. Daily Camera
  • Schools across the state are preparing to implement new teacher evaluations this year. AP via the Coloradoan
  • The chancellor of the University of Colorado is part of a group of university leaders warning that sequestration could lead to an “innovation deficit” because of cuts to research. Daily Camera

NATION

  • Florida’s education commissioner resigned amid reports that as education chief in Indiana he changed a school’s grade for political reasons. New York Times

Rise & Shine

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