Kindergarteners work together during a reading intervention session in Katie Hoiland's kindergarten classroom at Aragon Elementary in Fountain-Fort Carson School District 8 on Jan. 23, 2019. Aragon is one of the schools that showed drastic improvement in reading levels after using READ Act funds to overhaul teaching techniques. (Mark Reis, Special to The Colorado Sun)

How a Colorado public school for students with dyslexia is changing the game for struggling readers — and the state conversation on reading

ALLIES, now in its third year, is ascending at a time when lawmakers and education leaders are raising big questions about why so many Colorado children can’t read well

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Gov. Jared Polis begins quarantine after exposure to person with coronavirus

Polis has tested negative for COVID-19 for now, but expects to be retested in the coming days

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More Colorado counties are demanding entrance to Mesa’s coronavirus “pre-check” program for restaurants

More than 600 Mesa County businesses have applied for variances to COVID-19 restrictions under a program OK’d by the state. Now Larimer and Douglas counties want the same 5-star treatment.