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Seventh graders connect literature and environment in photography project

Photography contest gives students a voice

Goal High School to host in-person graduation

Students to graduate in-person

How do Colorado schools teach reading? The answer is often hidden.

Transparency bill could shine light on reading-related instruction

In-person commencement returns at Fort Lewis College

Students deal with COVID-19 as they navigate their way to a degree

Durango student launches women’s skateboarding group

Girls group offers safe space to thrash

Colorado governor, Democrats aim to create new office of early childhood ed

The agency would be established in July 2022 and house Colorado’s new universal preschool program

Pueblo Community College to launch new agricultural program in fall

First classes will be offered in ag business, animal science

10 ‘moon trees’ land in Durango

Student’s project honors local astronaut, Earth Day and Apollo mission

Parents launch support group to help ‘neuro-diverse’ children

Conditions include autism, Tourette syndrome and attention deficit disorder

Federal bill seeks to preserve Native American languages

Federal legislation could enhance Ute language education efforts

Mountain Studies Institute to hold online youth summit about environmental issues

Students to examine water quality, climate change, forest health

New Mexico schools to offer optional standardized testing

Public Education Department granted districts choice on tests