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Denver school board vacancy draws 5 applicants

Five people have applied to fill a vacancy on the Denver school board. They include two former Denver Public Schools teachers, the founding principal of a Denver charter school, a college administrator,... Read more »

Colorado may offer Adams 14 students transportation to other schools

Some Adams 14 students who want to attend higher-performing schools may have more options this fall as the state seems poised to pay for transportation. This would represent the first time the... Read more »

Oklahoma’s preschool program ranks second in national report

Oklahoma ranked 2nd in the nation for its pre-K access for 4-year-olds and met nine of 10 national quality standards presented in a new report from the National Institute for Early Education Research (NIEER).... Read more »

Gov. Polis opposes proposed charter school federal grant changes

Colorado Gov. Jared Polis has publicly and loudly opposed proposed changes to federal rules that could make it harder for charter schools to get start-up grants. Polis, a Democrat who founded a charter... Read more »

Rocky Mountain National Park fees set to increase

The cost of visiting Rocky Mountain National Park is set to increase. A one-day vehicle pass will go from $25 to $30 beginning on May 27. Park officials say the increase is necessary... Read more »

Climate change, mental health services, a better education system: what marginalised young people told us needs to be fixed

In youth policy and service delivery the idea of youth voice and participation is an uncontested “good thing”. But which youth voices? Who is heard and who is left out? Our recent research in Melbourne’s... Read more »

Pennsylvania still restricts nurses’ scope of practice, health care options

Though a majority of states allow nurse practitioners full authority to deliver care, Pennsylvania still requires oversight from a physician. A bill in the legislature could change it though, but it’s unclear... Read more »

Denver ranked as fifth best city for crypto hiring

Denver is the fifth best city to land a job in the cryptocurrency industry, according to a report by LinkedIn.  The report looked at hiring trends in the U.S. cryptocurrency market over the last... Read more »

New Englanders support more offshore wind power – just don’t send it to New York

In Rhode Island, home to the first offshore wind farm in the U.S., most people support expanding offshore wind power – with one important caveat. Our research shows they’re less likely to support a wind... Read more »

We found a genetic link between routine blood test results and mental health disorders

Mental health disorders including depression, schizophrenia, and anorexia show links to biological markers detected in routine blood tests, according to our new study of genetic, biochemical and psychiatric data from almost a million people.... Read more »