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Southwest Colorado nonprofit building pathways from classrooms to careers

Collaborative seeks to introduce students to possible career paths based on their skills and interests

Durango School District to fight lawsuit alleging violation in board seat vacancy

Plaintiffs seek a special election, but 9-R says it followed guidelines

Durango School District told to update its reading curriculum

9-R working to realign K-3 curricula with READ Act standards

Ute Mountain language gets revival with voiced dictionary

Tribe chairman: Dictionary will ‘fill in the gap from the boarding school era’

Shortage of substitutes puts superintendent in the classroom

Durango School District 9-R’s Karen Cheser subs in Academic Life Skills class

Students walk out of Ignacio High School to call out racism

Superintendent says protest is a chance to ‘learn some things, and move forward in a good way’

Ute Mountain Ute Tribe dedicates new charter school

Kwiyagat Community Academy blends Ute culture and language with academics

How can Colorado higher education fix its image?

University of Colorado president identifies statewide trends and gaps in postsecondary education

Montezuma-Cortez schools closed down; charter schools remain open

Students scheduled to return to school Nov. 8

Fort Lewis College brought in huge number of freshmen. Now, how does it keep them?

960 students is the largest class in 17 years, but retention remains a concern

Colorado school board contests, stoked by COVID, draw partisan fervor, big money

Coronavirus and critical race theory motivate national groups, wealthy individuals, parties to get involved in local races

Durango students harvest 10 pounds of hydroponic lettuce as part of greenhouse class

Bounty will be used in Needham Elementary, Escalante Middle School cafeterias
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