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Colorado districts giving students more ways to prove they deserve a high school diploma

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Fear of black students, unfair treatment rampant in Denver schools, black educators say

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Longtime advocate Anna Jo Haynes: Parents need to become advocates for their children

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How a free Denver Public Schools camp seeks to stop the summer slide

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More than 4,300 students graduated from DPS in 2016. That’s the district’s largest class ever.

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How adding high school counselors saved Colorado more than $300 million

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Summer food programs for low-income students expand in suburbs

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We asked five Colorado teachers how they use technology in the classroom. This is what they said.

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Principal tasked with improving — and closing — Aurora elementary school: I have to give teachers hope

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To ease transition between high school and college, Denver-based foundation offers tips to students