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State panel sees signs of promise at Adams 14’s Central Elementary

In contrast to drastic recommendations to reorganize the Adams 14 school district as a whole, a state review panel is suggesting a less disruptive approach at the district’s long-struggling Central Elementary School,... Read more »

A new way to pick the best school for your child

When parents look for information to help them choose a good elementary or secondary school for their child, they often turn to a variety of sources online. For instance, they may check... Read more »

Minnesota governor proposes using budget surplus for stimulus checks for taxpayers

Many Minnesota taxpayers would receive stimulus checks under a bill Assistant Majority Leader State Rep. Dan Wolgamott, DFL-St. Cloud, introduced Tuesday. Single filers and married individuals who filed a separate return would... Read more »

Aurora City Council gives final approval to urban camping ban

Aurora City Council gave its final approval to Mayor Mike Coffman’s urban camping ban ordinance on Monday night. The new ordinance, which was passed in a 6-5 vote, prohibits homeless encampments on... Read more »

Poor policy and short-sightedness; how the budget treats climate change and energy in the wake of disasters

This year’s federal budget is characterised by an avalanche of immediate handouts in response to cost-of-living pressures, some sound initiatives and deferral of more fundamental decisions. This is precisely reflected in how the... Read more »

Delays for Autism Diagnosis and Treatment Grew Even Longer During the Pandemic

Wylie James Prescott, 3, had to wait more than a year after his autism diagnosis to begin behavioral therapy, even though research shows early treatment of autism can be crucial for children’s... Read more »

Boulder fire covers 190 acres, is 35% contained

Boulder officials have lifted all evacuation orders stemming from a wildfire that started near the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) over the weekend as firefighters have contained more than 35% of... Read more »

A Queens Coastal Community, Vulnerable to Climate Change, Fights a Plan for ‘High Rise Rentals’

A city proposal to rezone swaths of the Rockaways vulnerable to flooding related to climate change is moving forward in the face of fierce neighborhood opposition over rental apartments that could be... Read more »

New Hampshire governor seeks federal extension of COVID-19 school monitoring

Gov. Chris Sununu is calling on federal health officials to extend a program that provides “crucial” funding to states for COVID-19 screening and surveillance in schools. In a letter to U.S. Centers... Read more »

President Biden’s plan for free universal preschool – 5 questions answered

From New York City to Washington, D.C. and Oklahoma to Colorado, a handful of U.S. cities and states have opted to fund universal preschool for their youngest residents. That benefit may soon be available to every 3-year-old and 4-year-old... Read more »