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McAuliffe, Swigert students bolster skills through writing mentorship that hits high note with Greensky Bluegrass

(Cover photo: Greensky Bluegrass guitar and mandolin player Paul Hoffman playing and writing with young writers from McAuliffe and Swigert international schools on Feb. 26. Cover photo and other photos in the story are courtesy of  Jordan Bresnahan and Stephanie […]

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IB is 4 All at Northfield. What does that mean? Good time to learn with 2024-25 course selection coming

Northfield High School follows an “IB for All” approach to it’s education program. To know what that means takes an understanding of the overall International Baccalaureate Program. (Information for this story was gathered from Northfield’s IB Coordinators Peter Wright and

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Principals on why their schools are THE Choice – Ashley, Denver Green, DSSTs, Inspire, Izzi B, McAuliffe, Northfield, Odyssey, Swigert, Westerly Creek, Bill Roberts, Willow

Denver Public Schools opened its annual choice enrollment period Jan. 11 that runs until Feb. 12 for the 2024-25 school  year. This is an especially important period for the so-called “transition years” of kindergarten, sixth and ninth grades when students

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Responding to CPEdNews questions, DPS Board candidate Kwame Spearman says Dennis firing was wrong; main issues: safety, support educators, close achievement gap

Central Park Education News (CPEdNews.org) asked the three candidates for an open at-large seat on the Denver school board to answer eight questions about issues facing the state’s largest school district. The election is Nov. 7. Kwame Spearman and John

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Responding to CPEdNews questions, DPS Board candidate John Youngquist says Dennis firing was retaliation; main issues: school safety, mental health, creating transparent, strong organization, refocus on teaching and learning

Central Park Education News asked the three candidates for an open at-large seat on the Denver school board to answer eight questions about issues facing the state’s largest school district. Kwame Spearman and John Youngquist offered responses. The third candidate

Responding to CPEdNews questions, DPS Board candidate John Youngquist says Dennis firing was retaliation; main issues: school safety, mental health, creating transparent, strong organization, refocus on teaching and learning Read More »

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