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August 10, 2017
Choice for most: In nation’s largest voucher program, $16 million went to schools with anti-LGBT policies
One in 10 of Indiana’s voucher schools publicly shares a policy suggesting or declaring that LGBT students are not welcome.
April 11, 2017
Not just a Front Range problem: Young boys of color are more likely to be suspended in rural Colorado, too
A Chalkbeat examination of state suspension data shows that such methods disproportionately impact young boys, especially boys of color, in Colorado's rural districts.
April 4, 2017
It seemed like a sure thing. Now a Colorado bill limiting early childhood suspensions and expulsions is on life support.
Legislation that supporters hoped would significantly limit suspensions and expulsions for Colorado’s youngest students has hit what could be a fatal roadblock.
March 2, 2017
Colorado could be at the forefront in cutting back on early childhood suspensions and expulsions. Here’s how.
A proposed state law would limit out-of-school suspensions and expulsions for Colorado preschool and early elementary students.
November 22, 2016
U.S. education chief wants Tennessee, other states to stop paddling their students
Citing research that corporal punishment is harmful and ineffective, John King asks Tennessee and 21 other states to prohibit it.
A push for change
November 17, 2016
Plans for tackling Colorado’s early childhood suspension and expulsion problem coming into focus
A loose coalition of education, health and advocacy organizations discussed possible policy changes to prevent early childhood suspension and expulsion in Colorado.
July 10, 2015
Discipline reporting changes could explain why black children are suspended more
Beginning in 2016, schools will have new categories to choose from when reporting their discipline data in an effort to make the data more specific.
March 23, 2015
Childhood poverty finally on the decline, according to KIDS COUNT report
A decline in Colorado's child poverty rate is just one of the many data highlights in the latest KIDS COUNT report published annually by the Colorado Children's Campaign.
April 22, 2014
Fewer expulsions but huge racial disparities in Denver’s discipline numbers
Denver Public School’s disciplinary actions overwhelming target students of color, according to a report released Tuesday. The report was produced by…
May 17, 2011
Hot-button policy issues are entwined in a Bronx school's play
In next week’s staging of “Guys and Dolls” at South Bronx Prep, the role of Nathan Detroit will be played by the understudy. That’s because…
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