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August 7, 2015
The not-so-secret ELL summer slide problem that no one has quantified
English learners may have a deeper learning loss during the summer than their native-English speaking peers. But there’s no broad data that proves this.
Put to the test
August 5, 2015
Data from ACT and DPS shows that Hispanic students aren’t college ready
A majority of U.S. Hispanic students planned to enroll in college last year, but nearly half weren’t ready for college level courses, according to a report from ACT.
August 3, 2015
Rise & Shine: Inside the battle for a school district’s salary records
July 27, 2015
Rise & Shine: Colorado State Board of Education at a crossroads
July 27, 2015
Students in college readiness program say they find more than academic support
Local students participated in the AVID Summer Institute, a national conference for educators who teach college-readiness skills, in Denver this month.
July 23, 2015
Rise & Shine: Jeffco protesters take to the streets
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July 21, 2015
How social media gives voters insight into candidates’ campaign styles
The DPS Board of Education candidates’ activity on social media can provide voters an insight into each candidate’s campaign.
July 20, 2015
Rise & Shine: School relocation raises concerns
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July 17, 2015
At summer seminar, teachers learn advanced courses aren’t just for some
About 500 teachers participated in the AP for All Summer Institute, a program that emphasizes that advanced classes should be open to all students.
July 16, 2015
Rise & Shine: Analyzing the politics of one school board election
July 13, 2015
Rise & Shine: Voucher case could reach highest court in the land
July 9, 2015
Rise & Shine: A new online charter academy is slated to open this fall
July 6, 2015
Rise & Shine: Douglas County voucher supporters want to take fight to U.S. Supreme Court
July 2, 2015
Rise & Shine: CU-Boulder student groups could lose close to 75 percent of funding
July 1, 2015
Game-based learning give students a challenge outside of textbooks
Game-based learning might soon make its most substantial debut in Colorado in the fall of 2016 as the basis of a new school in the Aurora Public Schools system.
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