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Sen. Michael Bennet Touts His Bipartisan ReputationIn today's a hyper-partisan world, U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet, D-Colorado, has managed to rankle both sides of the aisle.
DPS: Students Continue To Improve On Assessment TestsDenver Public Schools says students continue to improve on the statewide assessment tests.
CBS4 Investigation Finds Disparities In Teacher EvaluationsWhere a teacher works plays a significant role in how they are evaluated, according to a CBS4 data analysis.
Driver Crashes DPS Vehicle Into GarageAn employee with Denver Public Schools crashed a DPS van into two garages on Thursday afternoon. Investigators believe a medical condition may be to blame for the crash.
'For Denver's Kids' Campaign Wants Voters To Dig Deep For SchoolsThe ballot measure campaign called "For Denver’s Kids" wants people who live in Denver to dig into their wallets and help fund the schools.
Student In Custody After Weapons Investigation At SchoolPolice in Denver have one student in custody after officers found what appeared to be a weapon at a school on Wednesday morning.
DPS, Neighbors To Have Showdown With Potential Pot DispensaryDenver Public Schools has written to the city Department of Excise and Licenses opposing the reopening of a medical marijuana center just down the block from one of its schools.
DPS Superintendent Welcomes 900 New Educators To DistrictBack-to-school season will be here in just a couple weeks and on Monday the Denver Public Schools superintendent welcomed about 900 new educators to the district.
Denver Public Schools Celebrates Largest Graduation Class In HistoryThe class of 2016 was the largest graduating class in Denver Public Schools history.
Former Colorado School Official Acquitted Of Sex AssaultA Denver jury on Tuesday acquitted a former Colorado school official of four counts of sexual assault of a child, the Denver District Attorney's Office said.
Denver Public Schools To Ask For Nearly $4 Million For New LocksColorado's largest school district is asking for nearly $4 million for a mechanical fix that will streamline the lockdown procedure in an emergency.
More Colorado Schools Receive Robocall Bomb ThreatsTwo more Colorado schools were disrupted by bomb threats from robocalls on Wednesday.

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