The teacher strike in Denver has ended. All DPS schools are open and operating on normal schedules and ECE classes will resume Friday, Feb. 15.
La huelga de maestros en Denver ha finalizado. Todas las escuelas de DPS están abiertas y las clases de precolar reanudarán el viernes, 15 de febrero.
تم إنهاء إضراب المدرّسين بدنفر. جميع مدارس دنفر العامة (DPS) مفتوحة وتعمل وفقًا للجداول الزمنية المعتادة
Cuộc đình công của giáo viên ở Denver đã kết thúc. Tất cả các trường của DPS đều mở cửa hoạt động theo lịch thông thường.
Shaqo-joojinta macallinka ee Denver way dhammaatay. Dhammaan dugsiyada DPS way furnaan doonaa oo waxay ku shaqayn doonaa jadwalkii caadiga ahaa.
በዴንቨር ውስጥ የመምህራን የሥራ ማቆም አድማ አብቅቷል። ሁሉም የDPS ት/ቤቶች ክፍት ሆነው በመደበኛ የጊዜ-ሰሌዳዎቻቸው የሚሠሩ ይሆናሉ።
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Забастовка учителей в Денвере закончилась.Все школы DPS открыты и работают по обычному расписанию.
ဒင္းဗားတြင္ ဆရာ/မမ်ား သပိတ္ေမွာက္ျခင္း ၿပီးဆံုးသြားပါၿပီ။ ဒင္းဗားအစိုးရေက်ာင္းမ်ားအားလံုးကို ဖြင့္လွစ္ထားၿပီး ပံုမွန္အခ်ိန္ဇယားမ်ားအတိုင္း လည္ပတ္ေနပါသည္။
La grève des enseignants à Denver est terminée.Toutes les écoles DPS sont ouvertes et fonctionnent suivant les horaires normaux.
Tonight, the DPS Board of Education discussed lessons learned related to the School Performance Compact, the board policy that sets expectations for the district related to school supports, interventions and community engagement. These lessons take on particular meaning as DPS begins planning for community-wide conversations to deepen its thinking about what student and school success looks like, what it means to be a “quality” school and how the district should design support and accountability structures with those factors in mind, both for schools and central teams.
DPS’ top priority is to ensure students have access to high-quality schools in every neighborhood. “The School Performance Compact is a promise to both internal and external stakeholders — our communities, our kids, our students’ families — for quality schools,” said District 5 Board Representative Lisa Flores.
Board members discussed aspects of the policy that call for strong supports for schools that are struggling. “I do believe there is a way to build with our schools to make decisions that improve the environment for the community and our students,” said Board President Anne Rowe.
The board determined that the current School Performance Compact policy guidelines will not be applied for the 2018-19 school year, based on its reflections on past learnings and given the community conversations that will soon launch. For 2018-19, the board will use the following guidelines:
Acknowledging that sharp declines in the number of school-aged children in certain areas of our city will continue, the board expressed its intention to actualize recommendations from the Strengthening Neighborhoods Initiative and work to ensure schools are healthy enough from an enrollment perspective that they can offer students robust programming in a manner that promotes greater socioeconomic integration.