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Colorado’s kindergarten math: How a pandemic plus lower birth rates are changing school for young learners

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6 takeaways from a $1.5 million evaluation of Colorado’s reading law

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In bid to boost Colorado reading scores, small program shows promise where larger efforts failed

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CU Denver will spearhead group to reform early childhood teacher preparation

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After tragic deaths, Colorado launches ‘Safe Child Care’ task force

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Despite predictions, fewer Colorado child care providers closed permanently during the pandemic — but the struggle continues

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Colorado may shift to more in-depth reading exam for some new teachers

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Jeffco’s school board approves a new union for preschool staff

Jeffco preschool staff, feeling undervalued, wants to join a union

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Colorado leaders roll out plan to create new early childhood department, expand preschool

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Colorado’s dyslexia screening pilot program off to a shaky start

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Colorado got $119 million in early childhood funding from the second federal stimulus bill. Here’s where it’s going.

State bill seeks to combat child care shortages by cutting local red tape

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Colorado could get a state-level early childhood agency

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Pruebas para detectar dislexia: Colorado busca identificar a los estudiantes temprano

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Reglas de Colorado sobre currículo de lectura le aplican a Aurora, pero eso es novedad para los funcionarios del distrito

The COVID-19 outbreak is changing our daily reality

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‘We forgot about fun’: Here’s what the pandemic did to children’s mental health

Colorado’s rules on reading curriculum apply to Aurora, but that was news to district officials

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Slow bleed: Three stories of Colorado child care providers trying to survive

By the end of February, the state will have sent $35 million worth of relief grants to Colorado’s child care providers.

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Colorado child care workers can get COVID shots starting Monday. Here’s how it will work.

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Colorado 2021 legislative preview: Testing and funding will be key issues

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Can preschoolers learn virtually? In a Denver pilot program, some kids ‘can’t wait to log in’

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Adams County child care providers get $1 million in COVID relief

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Colorado Board of Education grants K-3 teacher training extension, but signals stricter oversight on reading

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Denver’s taxpayer-funded preschool program offers working families more tuition help

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Proposition EE, nicotine tax measure for universal preschool, cruises to victory

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Colorado child care centers see rise in COVID-19 outbreaks as cases increase across metro area

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Voter guide: Nicotine tax would fund Colorado preschool efforts, fight teen vaping

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‘We were overlooked:’ Colorado’s child care providers face a rough road to recovery

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Colorado finally got full-day kindergarten, but parents are wary in the COVID era

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Why Denver isn’t offering virtual preschool in a pandemic — and why it might in the future

This rural Colorado child care center lost its home because of COVID-19. After months in limbo, it has another.