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Rise & Shine: Boulder Valley enrollment comes in higher than predicted

COLORADO

  • Denver Public School board member Andrea Merida announced that she is bowing out of her re-election bid. EdNews Colorado
  • Pediatricians are increasingly also helping low-income parents learn about early literacy. EdNews Colorado
  • The U.S. Education Department is attaching more conditions to the renewal of No Child Left Behind waivers, but a Colorado official thinks renewal here shouldn’t be problematic. EdNews Colorado
  • Legislative leaders will weigh in on how a proposed $950 million tax increase for education will be presented to voters in the ballot box. EdNews Colorado
  • Temperatures in the 90s prompted Poudre School District officials and those at several other Denver-area schools to either close or shorten the school day Friday. EdNews Colorado
  • Boulder Valley’s enrollment is coming in higher than officials had projected. Daily Camera

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