To hang on to teachers, Denver Public Schools and other Colorado school districts are playing a bigger role connecting educators with housing programs.
Read the full letter to the DPS community from Denver Public Schools Superintendent Tom Boasberg.
Both instructors had been on administrative leave, for the second time, following accusations of discrimination, harassment and retaliation.
Tom Boasberg and Nancy McCallin have led their institutions for years. The two consider Colorado's biggest education problems.
Boasberg is not leaving immediately, he will stay on for three months. In that time, the Denver Board of Education will conduct their search for his successor.
Teachers Robert Styron and Scott Shively were originally placed on administrative leave earlier in January after allegations of discrimination, harassment and retaliation.
In a letter to school parents, principal William Kohut said both vocal instructors returned to their positions after "appropriate action."
Allegations of abuse painted the school's dance department as a toxic environment. Two teachers involved have voluntarily resigned from the school.
Superintendent Tom Boasberg spent last semester on sabbatical with his family. He returned to higher test scores but ongoing challenges.