Colorado receiving influx of funding to improve struggling schools

08/29/2010 | Denver Post, The

Nineteen schools in six Colorado districts will share about $43 million in federal funds to turn around struggling schools. The schools will choose from among four federally approved school-improvement strategies, and "transforming" is the most popular. Denver's North High School plans to adopt the transformation method, and it will enact a longer school day, add options for summer school and develop education plans for all students, among other changes.

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