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  1. Principal says goodbye to Columbine after 35 years

    Frank DeAngelis, who led Colorado's Columbine High School through the deadly school shootings in 1999, is retiring in June.
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  2. All clear signaled at Columbine High School after threat issued

    Earlier in the day, no one was allowed to leave the school after it received threats.
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  3. Protesters say Jefferson County School Board disrepected community

    A day after the Jefferson County School Board approved a committee to review curriculum, hundreds turn out to protest against the idea.
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  4. Boulder's Naropa marks 40 years of contemplative higher ed

    The contemplative university has been a crossroads of eastern philosophy and western academics for the last 40 years.
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  5. JeffCo students 'think like a historian' under new AP History guidelines

    The new A.P U.S. History framework is not about "having kids regurgitate a little about everything" anymore, a Jefferson County teacher says.
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  6. JeffCo superintendent threatens to discipline protesting teachers

    Classes had to be canceled at Golden and Jefferson high schools on Monday because so many teachers called in sick to protest the school board.
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  7. 'Misapprehension' over AP History caused conservative backlash, prof says

    “I’d just like it to be understood,” University of Colorado history professor Fred Anderson says of efforts to create a new U.S. history program.
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  8. Middle schoolers protest JeffCo history proposal

    About 50 students from Carmody Middle School in Lakewood protested Tuesday morning as police kept watch.
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  9. In JeffCo history curriculum protests, students find their voice

    Students at Standley Lake High School say the tumultuous week has sparked a sense of pride in them for being the first school to demonstrate.
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  10. Number of students in high-performing Denver schools dips slightly

    Of the district’s 154 schools, 60 percent of students attend a school that meets expectations.
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