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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. Putting power tools in the hands of 5-year-olds

    To move kids away from computer screens, a new wave of learning programs is emphasizing hands-on activities. Like building stuff.
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  3. Education Department says it mistakenly left Arapahoe shooting out of school violence report

    An early copy of a disciplinary report provided to The Denver Post and Channel 7 had errors, the Department of Education says.
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  4. Is Google's Free Software A Good Deal For Educators?

    The tech giant launches new tools for teachers.
    News · NPR Story
  5. New JeffCo superintendent wants to give more spending power to principals

    With principals having more flexibility to spend education dollars comes a question: how to ensure equality of educational opportunity?
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  6. Colo. STEM 'road map' aims to increase diversity

    Girls, Latinos and rural students are under-represented in STEM classes.
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  7. New JeffCo leader on teacher pay, charter schools, and unions

    Daniel McMinimee started his new job as superintendent of the Jefferson County schools embroiled in controversy.
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  8. Colo. school test scores dip slightly; achievement gap grows

    State test scores for Colorado’s public school children lost a little ground this year over last year, while the achievement gap between minorities and their white peers grew larger.
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  9. A picture of language: The fading art of diagramming sentences

    Once a popular way to teach grammar, the practice of diagramming sentences has fallen out of favor.
    News · NPR Story
  10. Denver unveils new plan to improve schools

    Denver school officials unveiled today a streamlined plan to guide the city’s 183 schools into the future.
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