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The Colorado Caucus at IDEC 2013 in Boulder

Started by Mark Wilding Jul 27, 2013. 0 Replies

The Colorado Caucus - an important gathering of educators from Colorado on Wednesday August 7th in Boulder.  Can you please help spread the word? This forum is taking place in conjunction with IDEC…Continue

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Comment by Mark Wilding on July 27, 2013 at 2:40pm

At a recent gathering of schools and support organizations hosted by the Denver Foundation, on the topic of interupting 'the school to prison pipeline', it was clear that there is a lot of good work happening - and that if we were more connected there are many opportunities to learn and support each other.

 

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