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Rise & Shine: Delaware waiving college app fees for poor students


  • The early dismissal of East High School because of a reported gang threat highlights the complex calculus that school officials use to make safety decisions. EdNews
  • St. Vrain students returned to class on Wednesday, though transportation to and from school was sometimes tricky. Times-Call
  • Doug Benevento, who is running for re-election to the Dougco school board, says the district should look for more efficiencies. Our Colorado News
  • Proponents of Amendment 66 are touring the state, pitching the tax increase to voters. Vail Daily
  • Centennial is using art education programs to help prepare preschoolers for school. Denver Post
  • The Little Shop of Physics is a traveling science programs that brings opportunities to experiment to students. Fort Morgan Times


  • Delaware is trying to encourage high-achieving, low-income students to go to college by giving them application fee waivers. New York Times
  • New Jersey is considering setting a GPA minimum requirement for all aspiring teachers. AP
  • Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal is recruiting national Republican leaders to show support for the state’s embattled voucher program. MSNBC

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