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  1. 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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  2. After 522 Years, Spain Seeks To Make Amends For Expulsion Of Jews

    Spain's monarchy decimated the Jewish population by expelling, killing or forcibly converting Jews in 1492. Now the country may offer their descendants Spanish citizenship.
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  3. Dow Index Closes Below 16,000 After U.S. Markets Plunge Nearly 3.6 Percent

    The Dow Jones benchmark started Monday's session above 16,459 and fell more than 1,000 points before closing at 15,871. The index lost about 3.6 percent of its value.
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  4. Evergreen Members

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  5. Leadership Partners

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  6. After A Year Of Freedom, Parolee Kevin Monteiro Still Carries Weight Of His Past

    Monteiro said he left prison with "a hundred dollars in my pocket and a box of books." Now, he has his own apartment, a steady job and he's reconnecting with relatives.
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  7. Thank You Gifts

    A variety of benefits, thank-you gifts and premiums are available to Colorado Public Radio members. Join today!
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  8. Gift Memberships

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  9. Bear adjusting to freedom after years as ice cream shop draw

    The female bear is among more than 300 animals at the sanctuary, including 33 lions recently removed from circuses in Peru and Columbia.
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  10. The Bringing Music to Life Instrument Drive

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