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Barbara McLachlan outlines potential legislation in 2023

As a former teacher, the state representative has her eye set on changes to education

Durango School District 9-R reveals new Big Picture location

Relocation to Tech Center will begin in April and is expected to be ready for students in August

The Juniper School awaits audit results for charter reauthorization

Delays in financial records filing create longer process for new agreement

Colorado voters may be asked to forgo their future TABOR refunds so the state can boost school funding

Two Democrats in the legislature plan to introduce a bill eliminating future Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights Refunds

$45 million Miller Middle School construction is underway

Additions expected to be ready by fall 2024

Durango School District 9-R looks to fill substitute teacher positions

School officials say decrease in the labor pool the reason for decline

Colorado Education Commissioner stepping down July

Katy Anthes oversaw multiple challenges during her six-year tenure, including the most challenging crisis ever in public education — the pandemic.

Mountain Middle School awarded ‘performance with distinction’ accreditation

Project-based institution ranks in Colorado Charter School Institute’s top performing schools for the state

PED says it issued 4,000+ new teacher licenses. But there are still hundreds of vacancies.

Unpacking the numbers of applications, unfilled positions in New Mexico public schools

Durango High School Black Student Alliance raises money for cultural trip

Students speak about their experience with ignorance and racism in Durango

Centura Sports Performance Center to break ground in fall 2023

Centura Health donates $4 million to Fort Lewis College for new athletic training and physical therapy center

New Mexicans waiting on Congress for public education funding

Democratic federal delegation is trying to push a bill through before the end of the year and a government shutdown
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