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Board members said Academy 360 deserves a chance to boost student test scores, especially considering that the school provides mental health support to students and families that one board member called essential.
Only the three new board members set to be sworn in later this month will be eligible for the higher pay. Sitting board members can’t vote to raise their own pay.
“Are we sure this is going to make things better?” one board member asked.
Denver Public Schools is faulting Colleen O’Brien, head of the Northeast Denver Innovation Zone, for oversight at McAuliffe International School.
Colorado's higher education data breach also threatens how the state monitors student progress
The Call Me MISTER program to train teachers started in South Carolina and is now in Colorado
The election has reduced the teachers union’s control over the board, which has struggled to address school safety and get along.
Two Colorado communities get opposite results from push to increase lodging taxes for child care.
While some local school leaders have instituted new strategies to help students learning English, other districts aren’t especially concerned.
Los estudiantes que están aprendiendo inglés logran recuperarse mejor académicamente después de COVID en distritos escolares de Colorado que ofrecen tutoría y los ayudan a mantenerse en salones regulares.