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UNC ends conservative student-group event based on COVID-19 mask violations

The Denver Post (Education) 4/14 5:33P Anne Delaney
An event hosted by a conservative University of Northern Colorado student group was terminated Monday because of violations of the university’s mask policy during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to university officials. A student leader of...

CU Boulder eyes new residence halls

The Denver Post (Education) 4/12 5:43A Katie Langford
The University of Colorado Boulder is developing plans to build two new residence halls near Athens and 17th streets to house 750 students and allow for older residence halls to undergo renovations. The buildings, currently named North Boulder...

COVID outbreaks shut down in-person learning at 4 Douglas County schools

The Denver Post (Education) 4/9 7:03A Tiney Ricciardi
Four schools in the Douglas County School District have shut down in-person learning after a string of COVID-19 outbreaks. Mountain Vista High School in Highlands Ranch closed Wednesday, following more than five outbreaks, spokesperson Paula Hans...

Students lead U.S. push for fuller Black history education

The Denver Post (Education) 4/8 3:24A Mike Catalini
TRENTON, N.J. Ebele Azikiwe was in the sixth grade last year when February came and it was time to learn about Black history again. She was, by then, familiar with the curriculum: Rosa Parks, the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and a discussion on...

Douglas County School District names 4 finalists for superintendent

The Denver Post (Education) 4/7 7:57A Tiney Ricciardi
The Douglas County School District has announced four finalists for superintendent, including Corey Wise, who is currently acting as the interim leader of the district. The finalists include: Corey Wise , interim superintendent for Douglas...

Survey: Even as schools reopen, many students learn remotely

The Denver Post (Education) 4/7 2:40A Collin Binkley
Large numbers of students are not returning to the classroom even as more schools reopen for full-time, in-person learning, according to a survey released Wednesday by the Biden administration. The findings reflect a nation that has been locked...

With new aid, schools seek solutions to problems new and old

The Denver Post (Education) 4/4 12:38P Collin Binkley
With a massive infusion of federal aid coming their way, schools across the U.S. are weighing how to use the windfall to ease the harm of the pandemic and to tackle problems that existed long before the coronavirus. The assistance that was...
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