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September 7, 2017
Colorado school districts taking another shot at tax measures after past defeats
Almost 20 school districts will be asking voters for a tax increase this November looking to find more funds for higher staff pay and new technology.
How I Teach
October 13, 2016
Colorado’s Teacher of the Year for 2017: The best lessons ‘have a soul’
Words he thinks about every day before school: "With great power there must also come great responsibility." Yep, Sean Wybrant digs Spiderman.
November 4, 2015
Why Colorado conservative education reformers lost Tuesday
All the elections had their own quirks, players and storylines. But common themes bound the losses together.
November 4, 2015
Ideological tides shift in four key districts
The tale of Tuesday’s changes in school board politics was told in four key districts, Jefferson County, Douglas County, Thompson and Colorado Springs District 11.
August 19, 2015
More kids to get free school breakfast under law, but some districts feel financial squeeze
As the second phase of Colorado’s “Breakfast After the Bell” law takes effect this fall, thousands more low-income students will have access to free breakfast served during school hours. It’s a development lauded by many advocates, but not always by administrators in the districts mandated to provide the universal free meals.
November 8, 2013
Taking on a win-at-all-costs society in the classroom
A new curriculum created by the United State Anti-Doping Agency in Colorado Springs aims to promote health and ethics in students.
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