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Eric Gorski is one of Chalkbeat’s managing editors for local news. He was previously bureau chief of Chalkbeat Colorado. Gorski has worked as an investigative and projects reporter for The Denver Post, a national writer for The Associated Press, and a reporter for The (Colorado Springs) Gazette, The Oregonian, and the Anderson (S.C.) Independent-Mail. He was twice named the Religion Newswriters Association’s Religion Writer of the Year, and was part of The Denver Post staff’s Pulitzer Prize-winning coverage of the 2012 Aurora theater shooting. Gorski is a graduate of the William Allen White School of Journalism at The University of Kansas.

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An innovative elementary school — a product of Denver education reform — tries to get back to normal post-strike

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Jubilation, and some confusion, as Denver schools begin their post-strike recovery

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Immigration fears keep some Denver teachers in their classrooms

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Behind the Denver teacher strike, a union that’s grown substantially in recent years

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‘Giant classrooms’ and a principal teaching band: Inside a middle school on the first day of the Denver teachers strike

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Denver Superintendent Susana Cordova on eve of strike: ‘This is an issue of equity’

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Ten things to watch as Denver teachers go on strike

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Denver union rebuffs district’s request to keep talking, both sides prepare for strike Monday