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October 19, 2017
What do children need to know when they start kindergarten? You might be surprised
Early childhood leaders in Larimer County created a parent guide on kindergarten readiness after finding wide variations in what parents and teachers expect from kids.
How I Teach
May 2, 2017
He wasn’t much of a cook, but this French teacher has a winning recipe for teaching his native tongue
A Loveland High School French teacher talks about the props, costumes and puzzles he uses to engage students.
May 1, 2017
Five Colorado districts get grants to boost student and staff mental health
Five Colorado school districts will receive grants from Kaiser Permanente to fund mental health efforts for students and staff.
November 8, 2016
Tax measures falter in two of three northern Colorado school districts, according to early returns
School tax measures faltered in two of three northern Colorado districts Tuesday. In the Poudre district, a mill levy override passed and a bond vote was too close to call.
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.
October 17, 2013
Handful of donors dominate contributions in key districts
Two wealthy men, both strong advocates of school choice and vouchers, have provided $140,000 of the $199,000 contributed to eight candidates in four contentious races for the Douglas County school board.
October 4, 2013
Flooding adds thousands of students to district homeless rolls
In districts hard hit by the recent flooding, thousands of students have been legally classified as homeless, making them eligible for a variety of services including free school meals and help with transportation to school.
March 14, 2011
Wellness focus pays off for Loveland school
An elementary school adopts a focus on health and fitness to reverse declining enrollment, and wins a national award.
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