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Rise & Shine: Feds take harder look at implementation of NCLB waivers

COLORADO

  • Seven ways to prepare for middle and high school transitions. EdNews Colorado
  • Conservative group’s ad campaign touts Dougco reforms. Our Colorado News
  • DPS downtown school opens this week. 9News
  • Poudre opens new school year with new superintendent. The Coloradoan
  • Lewis-Palmer expands school bus advertising. The Gazette
  • Some CU Regents raise new questions about administrator salaries. Daily Camera
  • Thieves snapping up DPS sprinkler valves. CBS4
  • Adams 12 kindergartener dropped at wrong bus stop. TheDenverChannel

NATIONAL

  • Feds take a harder look at state implementation of NCLB waivers. EdWeek
  • President has a few hard words for proprietary schools. Inside Higher Education
  • New paper takes on Common Core criticisms. EdWeek
  • Feds sue to block some Louisiana vouchers. Nola.com
  • Study finds value in current financial aid system. Inside Higher Education
  • Low-performing K-12 Inc. school in Tennessee fights critics. Tennessean

OPINION

  • Column: How do Colorado’s taxes actually compare? Denver Post

Rise & Shine

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