A growing number of Colorado students are saying ‘auf Wiedersehen’ to American universities.
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"We pushed back against an agenda that wasn’t good for our schools,” said Ron Mitchell, a retired JeffCo teacher and principal.
Video of a rough classroom encounter between a black student and a white deputy in South Carolina had us thinking about alternative discipline policies in schools.
The ballot measure is unique in the nation. If it succeeds, $.08 of every $100 spent will help local students pay for college.
We chose five questions and compiled the positions of each candidate.
The race in Colorado's second-largest district is saturating social media, lighting up talk radio, and sending hundreds of volunteers on door-knocking campaigns.
Aurora Public Schools is Colorado’s fifth largest district, where for every 10 children that begin kindergarten, barely one may graduate from college.
The Bethune schools superintendent says she used to get U.S. applications. "Now we just don't get applicants, period," she said.