Articles By Melanie Asmar, Chalkbeat

To limit contact, some Denver students will take most classes online — even at school

Denver students have been attending virtual classes since Aug. 24. Middle schoolers and high schoolers are scheduled to return to in-person learning on Oct. 21.

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With classes set to start online next week, Denver schools are short thousands of computers

School is scheduled to start again in Denver on Monday. Classes will be conducted virtually until at least mid-October, when the district will assess whether it’s safe to reopen campuses.

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Denver survey shows Black and Hispanic families more likely to prefer virtual learning

Denver Public Schools plans to offer an online-only option for its students. The parents of 23% of students prefer 100% virtual instruction. But a greater percentage of minority parents want their kids to learn from home.

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Here is Denver Public Schools’ draft plan for returning to school in person

While Denver has announced a full-time return, it’s not a sure thing

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Denver schools to get ventilation upgrades to help stem spread of coronavirus

The Denver Public Schools board on Thursday unanimously approved $4.9 million in HVAC upgrade

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“No one predicted a pandemic”: Denver to ask teachers to give up some raises secured by strike

Asking teachers, who make an average of $43 an hour or $65,000 annually, to forgo their guaranteed 1.9% cost-of-living pay increases would save $7 million

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Denver school board votes to phase police out of schools

The vote represents a victory for community activists who have pressed the district for more than a decade to remove sworn officers from campus

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Black students in Denver are much more likely to be ticketed or arrested at school

The Denver school board is set to vote Thursday on a resolution that would remove police from schools