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Rise & Shine: Schools assess challenge of returning to class after floods


  • The main committee supporting a $950 million tax increase for education topped doubled their fundraising take in the last two-week reporting period. EdNews Colorado
  • Stand for Children released its Denver school board endorsements; here’s a running lists of important endorsements candidates have received so far. EdNews Colorado
  • As floodwaters recede, schools are scrambling to assess the logistics of cleanup and returning to class. Denver Post
  • Most schools in St. Vrain will be ready to open on Thursday, but Lyons students may have to wait until next week. Times-Call
  • Students in Lyons’ schools organized a party for families to relax following the flooding. Times-Call


  • States are taking increasingly strong efforts to combat chronic absenteeism. USA Today
  • Illinois is rewriting its accountability formula for schools after many students failed state tests. Chicago Tribune


  • Two researchers at the American Enterprise Institute say the most important election in K-12 education in America may be the school board race in Douglas County. National Review

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