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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. An Experiment In Discipline At Aurora Public Schools After One Year

    Aurora Public Schools superintendent Rico Munn speaks with Colorado Matters about efforts to lower suspension rates in the school system.
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  3. JeffCo Parents Want To Recall Conservative Board Members

    Jeffco United for Action also alleges that members met in secret and wasted taxpayer money, including paying the superintendent they hired $280,000.
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  4. Denver Student's Experiment: Is School The Most Efficient Way To Learn?

    After a few months teaching himself outside of school, 16-year-old Nick Bain says he's discovered that learning won't end when school does.
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  5. To Keep Focus On Learning, Montbello Teachers Try To Calm The Classroom

    A growing number of educators believe that teaching social skills to reduce aggression keeps kids out of trouble and helps with academics.
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  6. Lawsuit Says Colo. Lawmakers Cut Education Money Despite Constitutional Amendment To Increase It

    The Colorado Supreme Court heard oral arguments Wednesday in a lawsuit that has major implications for how much money school districts get from the state.
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  7. High Teacher Turnover In Colorado May Hurt Students

    According to data analysis by Chalkbeat Colorado, turnover of teachers is at its highest in 15 years. Some schools see that as a good thing.
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  8. Attorney general: No testing waiver for Colorado school districts

    Colorado school districts hoping to skip new state English and math tests are out of luck.
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  9. Pueblo teachers 'mourning' over new standardized tests

    The teachers union there is calling for "a day of mourning for the loss of teaching and learning."
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  10. A single Denver mom learns to manage toxic stress and tighten family bonds

    Using the science of how exposure to trauma affects developing brains, DU researchers are studying how parents can protect their kids from toxic stress.
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