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Jesus y Leiker son dos de los más de 3,200 estudiantes recién llegados, muchos de ellos de Venezuela, que se han inscrito en las Escuelas Públicas de Denver este año.

A bill drafted by Colorado youth would require schools to use transgender students’ preferred names.

Parents whose 3-year-olds have special education plans will still have to fill out the state application.

En segundo grado, Carlota Loya Hernández pasaba mucho tiempo coloreando porque no entendía a la maestra y la maestra no la entendía a ella.

Colorado’s budget committee has started the process of drafting a bill that would provide up to $24 million statewide for schools that have enrolled more migrant students.

The action was not sanctioned by the district’s teachers union.

The vote followed a pitch from the school’s principal to keep Wyatt open by enrolling migrant students and subletting some space.

Sen. Lisa Cutter, a co-sponsor of the bill, said she plans to amend the bill so it’s less prescriptive.

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