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DPS Statement Supporting Transgender Students

Statement released Feb. 23 by Denver Public Schools Superintendent Tom Boasberg, following President Trump’s decision to rescind protections for transgender students allowing them to use

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DPS Statement on Proposed Federal Education Cuts

Statement released March 16 by Denver Public Schools Superintendent Tom Boasberg regarding proposed cuts to federal education spending: “We are deeply troubled by the proposed

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“Topping-off” Ceremony Marked Completion of $5 Million Bond Project

On Tuesday, March 14, DPS leaders, educators, families and community members celebrated the “Topping-off” Ceremony to mark the completion of one of the final projects

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Class of 2017 Graduation Dates Announced

Class of 2017 High School Graduation Dates Abraham Lincoln High School June 1 12 p.m. Magness Arena at DU 2250 E. Jewell Ave. Academy of

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A Very Positive Report Card for Our Schools

“Of the nearly 300 school districts in the United States serving at least 25,000 students, DPS has had the second-highest academic growth in the nation.”

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BOE Seeks to End Suspensions and Expulsions in Grades ECE-3

Board also approves resolution focusing on gentrifying neighborhoods   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 16, 2017 Contact: Will Jones, Director of Media Relations 720-423-2206 – office

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Discipline Reform for DPS’ Youngest Students

Members of Denver Public Schools’ Board of Education are proposing a change to the district’s discipline policy aimed at dramatically reducing suspensions and eliminating expulsions of

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Educa Radio Show: Free Online SAT Prep

Join EDUCA Radio on 1090-AM from 5-6 p.m. Friday for an English broadcast to learn about the free online SAT prep program now available for

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DPS Announces Discipline Reform for Youngest Students

Board of Education Introduces Resolution to Dramatically Reduce Suspensions and Eliminate Expulsions for Youngest Students Plan emphasizes alternative disciplinary practices for students in Early Childhood

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Videos: Students Inspire Change for Challenge 5280

Video Essay: Our Students Making a Change with Challenge 5280 There’s something incredible about seeing the change you wish to see come to life. Throughout

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