Experts also expect some increase in teen births and decreases to women’s educational attainment, but the magnitude is hard to predict.
That’s one finding from the biennial Healthy Kids Colorado survey. The results point to the need for more support for LGBTQ+ youth.
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The Colorado Department of Education is reviewing the two applications and will announce awards by July 1.
The package contains minor procedural fixes and major changes in how the state supports small, home-based providers.
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Board members and community members have raised concerns around community engagement and adverse impacts on other schools in the face of CPS enrollment declines.
Under new guidance, teachers and attendance monitors can provide the causes for absences, including crisis or bereavement.
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