Partner Highlights

DSST Using Reading Interventionists to Help Boost Reading Ability

Published: January 6, 2023

A pilot program at DSST schools aims to close literacy gaps through the efforts of reading interventionists who work closely […]

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Telling Our Own Stories: Supporting Black Girls at Wyatt Academy

Published: January 4, 2023

Wyatt Academy in Denver’s Cole neighborhood has partnered with Collaborative Healing Initiative Within Communities (CHIC) to meet the social and emotional needs of […]

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State Board of Education Orders Adams 14 to Resume Contract Negotiations with University Prep

Published: December 18, 2022

The Colorado State Board of Education voted unanimously this month to require the Adams 14 school district and University Prep—a charter […]

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New Research Shows Choice, Autonomy and Accountability Improved Outcomes for All Denver Students

Published: December 13, 2022

The University of Colorado Denver’s Center for Education Policy Analysis in the School of Public Affairs has released the findings […]

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A surprise $6 million gift for KIPP Colorado

Published: December 12, 2022

Watch the full CBS News Colorado story. Philanthropist Mackenzie Scott is donating $6 million to KIPP Colorado Public Schools, a network […]

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Camp Focused on Black Experience Aims to be School

Published: July 12, 2022

Right now, there’s a summer camp taking place in Denver that focuses on the Black experience, educating children on topics […]

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After Helping Thousands of Students, Colorado Food Cluster’s Meal Delivery Service is in ‘Jeopardy’

Published: June 28, 2022

by Lindsey Ford, Rocky Mountain PBS, aired on June 7, 2022 “Someone’s life story could be someone else’s survival guide,” […]

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KIPP Colorado: 20 Years of Closing Opportunity Gaps and Disrupting Systems

Published: June 28, 2022

I am the product of public education and as a first-generation American, I was raised to believe in the power […]

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Mentorship Program at DSST Conservatory Green Middle School

Published: May 12, 2022

Twenty-five middle school students from DSST Conservatory Green’s Peer Mentor Program spend time weekly with students in the Multiple Intensive […]

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