Education
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The lowdown on lockdowns

Education | Examining active shooter drills a year after Parkland
by Laura Edghill
Posted 2/13/19, 05:31 pm

In the year since the deadly shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., schools across the country have revisited their active shooter protocols, trying to come up with the best way to prepare for the worst. Seventeen people were killed in the Feb. 14, 2018, rampage, the deadliest high school shooting in U.S. history. Shooting suspect and former student Nikolas Cruz remains in jail awaiting trial.

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Denver teachers strike continues

by Kiley Crossland
Posted 2/13/19, 12:46 pm

Denver teachers extended their strike into a third day on Wednesday after negotiations with school district leaders ended Tuesday night without a deal. More than half of the city’s teachers walked off the job on Monday amid a pay dispute, and more—nearly 60 percent of all teachers—did not report for work on Tuesday. Preschools closed on Monday, but elementary, middle, and high schools have remained open and staffed by administrators, substitutes, and teachers not participating in the strike.

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Denver teachers walk out over pay

by Rachel Lynn Aldrich
Posted 2/11/19, 01:01 pm

Denver teachers went on strike Monday after they failed to reach a deal with administrators on a pay raise. The strike is the first for Denver’s more than 4,000 teachers in 25 years.

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