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8:04am

Thu November 10, 2011
Education

EdNews: Teacher Evaluation Rules Approved

Senate Bill 10-191 sponsors (from left) Carole Murray, Christine Scanlan, Mike Johnston and Nancy Spence
EdNews Colorado

The State Board of Education Wednesday approved regulations that will govern evaluation of principals and teachers. These regulations are under the landmark 2010 law requiring annual reviews and that at least 50 percent of evaluations be based on student academic growth. 

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5:00am

Thu November 10, 2011
Business

Investment Company Scoops Up Office Space at Flatiron Park

A Texas-based real estate investment company has moved into Boulder in a big way, recently purchasing 19 buildings in the Flatiron Park business park. KUNC’s Brian Larson talks with Boulder County Business Report publisher Chris Wood about the deal.

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1:10pm

Wed November 9, 2011
Politics

Obama Opens First 2012 CO Campaign Office in Fort Collins

Volunteer Suzanne Trask sets up at Obama's first 2012 Colorado campaign office.
Grace Hood

The campaign to reelect President Barack Obama is officially opening its first office for the 2012 election season in Fort Collins today at 401 S. Mason St. The move signifies the importance of Northern Colorado to Obama’s reelection bid.

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11:11am

Wed November 9, 2011
Marketplace Special

Marketplace Money: Which Way Home?

Marketplace Money American Public Media

Join host Tess Vigeland and contributors from The New York Times this Saturday at Noon, for a report that really hits home. This special episode of Marketplace Money, entitled "Which Way Home", will ask if home ownership is still a part of the American Dream.

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8:06am

Wed November 9, 2011
Education

Shaffer Plans Online Ed Bills In 2012

KUNC

Colorado’s top senator says he’ll introduce legislation to “rein in” online schools after his request for an online education audit was rejected Tuesday on a party-line vote by the Legislative Audit Committee. "I am very disappointed Republicans chose to make this into a partisan issue, instead of simply doing the right thing," said Senate President Brandon Shaffer, D-Longmont.

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