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COVID relief money helps Colorado schools pay for math and reading curriculum

COVID relief money helps Colorado schools pay for math and reading curriculum

Dozens of Colorado school districts and charter schools are buying new math and reading curriculum
Executive functioning program changed one family's lives

Executive functioning program changed one family's lives

The program is free and accessible to all teachers and parents
Adams 12 split vote supports school lunch ballot initiative

Adams 12 split vote supports school lunch ballot initiative

An upcoming state ballot initiative to provide free meals for all students drew mixed views during the Adams 12 Board of Education meeting on Wednesday.
Adams 12 School District weighs changes for lockdown drills

Adams 12 School District weighs changes for lockdown drills

Adams 12 School District is considering altering policies for lockdown drills held each fall and spring.
Denver students sue after district files to trademark their racial justice podcast

Denver students sue after district files to trademark their racial justice podcast

The lawsuit was filed in U.S. District Court on behalf of two graduates of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Early College high school.
BVSD reaches wage agreement with classified staff

BVSD reaches wage agreement with classified staff

An agreement was met before going to mediation.
4 Colorado schools named National Blue Ribbon Schools

4 Colorado schools named National Blue Ribbon Schools

Two of the four Colorado schools earned the award for closing academic gaps between all students and historically underserved groups.
Colorado has big gaps in who finishes college. Can a post-pandemic push turn the tide?

Colorado has big gaps in who finishes college. Can a post-pandemic push turn the tide?

Even as a more diverse group of students have enrolled in college, Colorado’s ethnic and racial gaps among bachelor’s and graduate degree holders barely budged from 2010 to 2020, Census data shows. 
State finds Denver violated the rights of Black boys with disabilities

State finds Denver violated the rights of Black boys with disabilities

The state’s largest school district sent Black boys to the specialized programs without thoroughly evaluating them.
Colorado school choice law discriminates against students with disabilities, complaint alleges

Colorado school choice law discriminates against students with disabilities, complaint alleges

“The school choice law is not discriminatory on its face," said Emily Harvey, youth advocacy team leader for Disability Law Colorado