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May 10, 2017 • Westword
Denver's gentrification and racial divides weigh heavily on dancer Kate Speer, the current artist-in-residence at the youth arts nonprofit Platte Forum.
May 10, 2017 • CO School Talk
As a former teacher and now parent at traditional public schools, I have to admit: I wasn’t always open-minded when it came to supporting charter schools as a worthy option within the world of school choice. Over time I have learned more, seen many advantages and been fortunate to visit some innovative charter schools that have withstood the incubation period.
April 13, 2017 • The Washington Post
n unexpected thing happened when President Trump recently proposed cutting the Education Department budget by some 14 percent while spending a mountain of new money on charter schools and other school-choice options: Some prominent operators of charter schools announced that they weren’t happy with the plan.
April 12, 2017 • Education Week
Are there situations in which school choice-friendly policies haven't led to more diverse instructional choices for families?
In a petition, a group of parents in Denver argue that the city needs more schools that are diverse in their approaches to education, not a mushrooming of college prep charter schools.
February 13, 2017 • North Denver Tribune
In a unique collaboration between North High and Strive Prep EXCEL, the Northside Black Masque Theater is bringing “In the Heights” to the North High School stage February 23 -25, 2017.