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Category Archives: Denver Public Schools

Denver Public Schools testing drinking water for lead

Denver Public Schools is testing the drinking water in all of its buildings for lead. The state’s largest school district is telling families the testing is proactive given that high lead levels have been found in school water elsewhere, including neighboring Jefferson County.

Black educators in Denver Public Schools feel mistreated, according to report

Denver Public Schools officials said the state’s largest school district plans to respond to a recent report that found its African-American teachers feel mistreated — and feel as though the needs of black students are being ignored.

Denver voters could get choice on pot use: Allow it in private clubs or regular businesses?

Denver elections officials are reviewing petitions for two potential local ballot measures that would allow the social use of marijuana in certain places.

Voters may face record level of school funding measures in November

Voters will likely be asked for a record-setting dollar amount to pay for public education in Colorado this year. Nearly $4 billion worth of bond issues and mill levy overrides to fund capital improvements, buttress technology purchases and beef up staffing at hundreds of schools statewide could end up on the November ballot, according to data provided by the Colorado School Finance Project.

DPS superintendent describes what he learned abroad

Just before 9 a.m. Monday — his first day back on the job after six months of unpaid leave — Superintendent Tom Boasberg was waiting offstage in a packed downtown ballroom. Two soon-to-be sixth-grade boys had the microphone and the attention of more than 2,000 Denver Public Schools educators gathered for the kickoff of an […]

Denver Public Schools set to strip nearly 50 teachers of tenure after poor evaluations

Compared with other large Colorado school districts, Denver Public Schools has a higher proportion of teachers set to lose tenure under a sweeping educator effectiveness law passed six years ago.

Denver schools training focuses on third-grade reading, writing

Denver Public Schools is gathering 2,500 preschool through third-grade teachers and school leaders next week for four days of training in downtown Denver.

Denver school principals spending time in summer school as students

Colorado principals and education leaders —- 90 of them this year -— are using the summer to get schooled on how to be a proper academic commander in chief.

Why are Colorado school districts going to spend millions on door locks?

School districts around Colorado will be spending millions to outfit classrooms with locks that operate on a button function, allowing students and teachers to secure a room without having to go outside or frantically find a key in an emergency situation.

Denver school board approves $628 million bond and mill package, new charter schools

Denver voters will be asked in November to raise an additional $628 million in taxes to pay for school construction and the expansion of educational programs after the Denver school board Thursday voted unanimously in favor of a bond and mill levy override.

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