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Lockdown at Pueblo school sparks fear in students, parents

Parents are speaking out after a lockdown at a Pueblo charter school incited panic Tuesday. Parents say the school failed to tell them it was only drill for more than an hour. Now, they’re accusing administrators at Chavez Huerta K-12 Preparatory Academy of using scare tactics on students and staff during …

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Female-Focused Dress Code Under Scrutiny

Hamden High sophomore Maddi came to school Friday wearing a sweater over her tank top. She didn’t mind, given the temperature outside. But come warmer weather, she’ll risk having a teacher order her to wear the sweater — in order to conform to the dress code. That doesn’t happen very …

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Greenwich Parents, administrators at odds over special education

GREENWICH — Parent dissatisfaction with the special education department in Greenwich Public Schools has simmered for two decades or more, periodically boiling over when individuals have banded together to demand reform. That is happening again. After a group of parents aired grievances regarding special education services at the June Board …

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Florida School Administrators, Parents Weigh In on New Fencing Law

Florida School Administrators, Parents Weigh In on New Fencing Law Under Florida law, school districts must make sure their schools have fencing as perimeter security. There are both proponents and opponents to the law, as the fencing could offer both advantages and disadvantages. By Kaitlyn DeHavenJuly 10, 2019 Under a …

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