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November 7, 2018
Wins, losses, and split decisions: Here’s how Colorado school district tax measures fared
The widespread success of local school taxes contrasted with the fate of Amendment 73, a statewide tax increase for education.
August 2, 2016
After high court rejects case, Jeffco must release names of teachers who called in sick in protest
Parent Kathy Littlefield will finally get the names of teachers who called in sick from four Jefferson County high schools over two days in September 2014.
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March 30, 2016
Snow days: Children cheer, some parents jeer and schools make tough decisions about lost class time
With an unusually high number of snow days in some Front Range districts this year, administrators are grappling with how to make up for lost instruction.
November 3, 2015
Five things to watch on Election Day
Key issues to be decided in Tuesday's election include the Jefferson County recall, the makeup of Denver, Aurora and Douglas County school boards, and a Brighton bond.
August 28, 2015
Most districts still opt to participate in health survey that sparked state board uproar
Six months after a protracted controversy about a state health survey given to middle and high school students, most districts asked to participate will do so, and most of those will continue using "passive consent," which means students are asked to take the survey unless parents sign a form opting them out.
March 9, 2015
Rising Up: Voices from Colorado’s student protest movement
Listen to student activists from across the state discuss the how and why of protests from last fall.
March 11, 2011
This week's teaching & learning tidbits
Not good budget news from Cherry Creek, Greeley, Jeffco and Adams 12 - Students hone CSAP skills - In Colorado, test score anomalies rarely examined - Final P-20 Speaker Series event - DPS dropout rate declines
September 24, 2010
Jeffco launches teacher performance pay
The state's largest school district wins $32.8 million to pilot alternative pay as district and union leaders urge teachers to participate. Video
January 29, 2010
Districts begin tough budget talks
A $110 million cut in state funding was barely noted Thursday as districts, bracing for worse, talked about reducing teacher pay and four-day weeks.
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