Denver, once a reform darling, will have 7 union-backed board members

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Board President and Vice President Reginald Streater and Mallory Fix-Lopez will remain in their roles for the time being. Mayor-elect Cherelle Parker could pick new board members.

Denver Public Schools is spending federal COVID money on a curriculum of mental health activities to help reduce students’ anxiety.