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Rise & Shine: Poll shows opposition to Amendment 66


  • A new survey by a Republican-leaning pollster shows most voters are still uninformed about Amendment 66, but would likely vote no if the election was today. Denver Post
  • School districts in Pueblo are bracing for more federal cuts. Chieftain
  • Senator Michael Bennett visited schools in storm-damaged Weld districts. Greeley Tribune
  • Boulder’s Waldorf Kindergarten is working to restore its school building destroyed by the flood. Daily Camera
  • Poudre School District is starting a committee to address the issue of heat in classrooms. Coloradoan


  • Florida is leaving a Common Core test consortium and could drop the standards altogether. Miami Herald
  • More than two dozen California schools lost their academic rating because of cheating allegations. L.A. Times


  • Democratic Congressman Jared Polis argues in favor of new legislation that will help colleges move to competency-based learning. The Hill

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