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As federal COVID relief dollars flow to schools across the country, budgets have swollen more than 16% over the last two years, a recent analysis of more than 100 districts reveals.
Two decades of growth for American students in reading and math were wiped away by just two years of pandemic-disrupted learning, according to national test scores released this morning.
Colorado students in most grades did better on statewide tests in math and English this spring compared to last year. But scores in almost every grade level and subject area are still below where they were before the pandemic, according to newly released state test results.
A new poll shared exclusively with Axios Denver finds likely voters are animated about what students are taught in school, split on whether to require COVID-19 vaccines and upset with local school boards.
Dr. Brenda Dickhoner is joining conservative education advocacy group Ready Colorado to serve as the organization’s president and chief executive officer.