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More than a third of Colorado high school graduates need extra help to do college work

Chalkbeat 

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Cyberbullying Is on the Rise Among Teenagers, National Survey Finds

A new report by the National Center for Education Statistics speaks to cyberbullying. Recent media coverage includes:

Cyberbullying Is on the Rise Among Teenagers, National Survey Finds
Education Week

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Colorado teachers are dealing with broken promises from federal loan forgiveness program

Denver Channel 7

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How Colorado lawmakers are trying to make schools safer

Chalkbeat

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New charter school set to open in Fort Collins to help students with dyslexia

Coloradoan

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Five takeaways from the first meeting [School Safety Interim Committee]

The Denver Post

  1. It’s difficult to know what works
  2. The committee isn’t supposed to be political
  3. The committee faces some serious constraints
  4. The issue looks different, depending on the school
  5. Those on the ground say they need more help
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Panel hears progress report on school safety measures

The Denver Post

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Colorado Springs-area school board candidates jump in race early

The Colorado Springs Gazette

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EdBuild, nonprofit that highlighted funding disparities, plans to close next year

Chalkbeat
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Construction funded by pot taxes, lottery revenue

The Denver Post

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Low pay. Cuts to PERA. For some state workers in Colorado, it’s like the recession never ended.

The Colorado Sun

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Colorado Safe2Tell tips nearly double in June compared to last summer

The Denver Post

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A Conversation on Equity in Education With K-12 Leaders: Creating Change

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

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PERA’s reforms are working, even with losses

The Denver Post

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Report: Most attackers made threats beforehand

The Denver Post

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Mental health training mandatory for Colorado coaches

Journal-Advocate

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Will the Governor call a special session?

Recent news stories on the possibility of a special session being called for the Colorado General Assembly:

 

Colorado’s Full-day Kindergarten Facing $40 million Funding Shortfall?

Pagosa Daily Post

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Submit an application for the 2020 Colorado Teacher of the Year

Submit an application for the 2020 Colorado Teacher of the Year

The application for the 2020 Colorado Teacher of the Year is now available. Each year, the Colorado Teacher of the Year Program honors an exceptionally dedicated, knowledgeable and skilled teacher in any state-approved or accredited school, kindergarten through grade 12, who is planning to continue in an active teaching status, to represent the entire profession in Colorado.

Applications for this honor are due Wednesday, July 10. Access the application, requirements and additional information on the program webpage.

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Congress should raise smoking age

The Denver Post

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