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Lawmakers propose matching fund to help property-poor Colorado school districts

Lawmakers propose matching fund to help property-poor Colorado school districts

Colorado school districts with more property wealth often get voters to approve extra taxes
‘A livable future’: Denver students push sustainability policies

‘A livable future’: Denver students push sustainability policies

Students are pushing the district to do more and become a national leader
As Eating Disorders Spike During Pandemic, Rural Treatment Options Lag

As Eating Disorders Spike During Pandemic, Rural Treatment Options Lag

Editor's note: This story was originally published by Kaiser Health News , or KHN, a national health policy news service. It is an editorially independent program of the Henry J.
How Colorado Mountain College sets example in practical preparation for jobs

How Colorado Mountain College sets example in practical preparation for jobs

The college also offers other programs designed to get students jobs in the region once they graduate.
State Board Democrats: Keep LGBTQ issues in social studies standards

State Board Democrats: Keep LGBTQ issues in social studies standards

Three Democrats on the Colorado State Board of Education won’t vote for a long-awaited update to state social studies standards if LGBTQ people are excluded
University of Colorado names Todd Saliman sole finalist for president

University of Colorado names Todd Saliman sole finalist for president

If named as president, Saliman will oversee the University of Colorado System, which includes about 65,000 students at four campuses in Boulder, Denver, Aurora, and Colorado Springs.
Biden Administration Announces Boost for Rural Health Care in Midterm Election Push

Biden Administration Announces Boost for Rural Health Care in Midterm Election Push

Biden administration wants rural Americans to know it’ll be spending a lot of money to improve health care in rural areas.
Colorado bill seeks changes to school discipline, less use of seclusion and restraint

Colorado bill seeks changes to school discipline, less use of seclusion and restraint

A bill introduced in the Colorado House this week calls for significantly more data collection, more public reports on school discipline practices, and fewer loopholes
‘Utterly unsustainable:’ Denver mulling fix for special education workloads

‘Utterly unsustainable:’ Denver mulling fix for special education workloads

A committee of five district officials and five “specialized service providers” is tasked with brainstorming solutions.
A rideshare company is transporting Colorado at-risk students. Whose rules should apply?

A rideshare company is transporting Colorado at-risk students. Whose rules should apply?

But as a rideshare company, HopSkipDrive hasn’t been regulated like other companies that also provide rides for at-risk students.