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Education : Page 2

Pop Quiz

Many parents and students are fed up with what they view as excessive standardized testing. Will the burgeoning opt-out movement save Colorado schools—or endanger them?

Changing Courses

Johnson & Wales unveils its $17 million renovation of a 99-year-old National Historic Landmark.

Cloud Curriculum

Denver's Schoolrunner connects teachers so students perform better.

The New College Try

Colorado colleges develop curriculum for budding startup superstars.

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Education 2014: Minding The Bottom Line

A look at life in five elementary schools in the Denver Public Schools district a year after voters turned down Amendment 66. 

Head of the Class

How Colorado has helped fund construction of new, LEED-certified schools.

Game Time

Colorado's pro sports teams take on the school gym.

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Farm To School

Students in local schools see firsthand where their food comes from thanks to a new USDA grant.

Denver Area Scores Highly For STEM Grads

A website put the Denver-Aurora-Broomfield area near the top of major cities when it comes to jobs in science, technology, engineering, and math.

The Disconnect

A troubling lack of state funding is shifting the burden of higher education costs onto students—and the real victim might be Colorado’s future economy.

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It All Adds Up

Denver grade schoolers’ math scores get a boost with Pi Q Math.

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The Dean’s List

The best public high schools along the Front Range. Plus: an in-depth look at how the so-called Colorado Paradox has shortchanged our kids—and how we might finally be able to fix it.

Schoolhouse Rock

Music may be the key to helping kids graduate in one Denver neighborhood.

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