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Rise & Shine: Wasson HS prepares to open in new form

COLORADO

  • Wasson High School is preparing to re-open as a hub that will offer eight programs to 2,000 students. Gazette
  • Students are returning to Douglas County schools with new security officers and new computers. Our Colorado News
  • A new campaign in Larimer County will promote early literacy. Reporter-Herald
  • Colorado Springs’ Head Start chapter is hosting a large game of musical chairs to raise money. Gazette
  • CU-Boulder is launching a new office to improve efficiency. Daily Camera

NATION

  • Efforts to give families tax credits for private school tuition are growing in many states. USA Today
  • Atlanta officials are hoping to revitalize one of their flagship schools with a $147 million new building. New York Times
  • The U.S. education department is granting waivers to No Child Left Behind requirements to individual California districts. Washington Post

OPINION

  • Dallas Superintendent Mike Miles’ family’s move back to Colorado has prompted speculation in Dallas that he will also be leaving. Dallas Morning News

Rise & Shine

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