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Jefferson County Board of Education discussed the following legislation during its Aug. 28 regular business meeting. Board members in attendance were President Ken Witt, First Vice President Julie Williams, Second Vice President Lesley Dahlkemper, … more
Board of Education heard a proposal from the Jeffco Chief Academic Officer, Syna Morgan and Carol Eaton, the executive director of the district’s Instructional Data Services department, regarding the 2013-2014 school year student achievement … more
The Board of Education heard a presentation from the district’s Chief Academic Officer, Syna Morgan, regarding the district’s assessment landscape. Morgan reviewed the results of the state, district, school and classroom level assessments Jeffco … more
Jeffco Superintendent, Dan McMinimee presented his performance goals based off of the board’s ends goals. () During the presentation the board discussed where these goals should be based off the current state of the district, student … more
Key differences in economic approaches set gubernatorial candidates apart as election draws near. The six 2014 gubernatorial candidates, Bob Beauprez, Mike Dunafon, Paul Fiorino, Harry Hempy, Matthew Hess and John Hickenlooper, gathered Oct. 14 … more
Increasing innovative educational opportunities will create the technology leaders of tomorrow. The Alexandria School of Innovation, a proposed charter school, is seeking to locate in Jefferson County. “What makes us unique is our focus on … more
In a recent mayoral roundtable, sponsored by the Arvada Chamber of Commerce, several Front Range mayors showed support for actions taken in Lakewood to improve the state’s Construction Defects Law. “We haven’t had a condominium or batch of … more
The government's response to the Ebola virus became a new focal point in Colorado's U.S. Senate race last week. During an Oct. 15 debate in Denver, Democratic Sen. Mark Udall and his Republican challenger, Congressman Cory Gardner, sparred over … more
Right now, there are a few things for Mark Udall to worry about. Recent public polling has indicated a coalescing of majority support for the Democratic senator's challenger to his re-election bid, Republican Congressman Cory Gardner. Then … more
With ballots now having been mailed to every registered voter in Colorado, political campaigns and advocacy groups are ramping up efforts aimed at mobilizing a coveted voting bloc — Latinos. Democratic leaders last week urged Latino voters to … more
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