Dot Org: Colorado Women’s Education Foundation

Colorado Women’s Education Foundation provides scholarships to women of non-traditional student age. These women, single, widowed, abandoned, or divorced may suddenly find themselves struggling to support themselves and their families. They realize that education is the key to becoming economically self-sufficient; […]

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Ivory Tower – Student Loan Debt

Since 1978 higher education tuition has gone up more than 1000%. Student loan debt in 2011 exceeded a trillion dollars.  70% of students today graduate with an average of $30,000 in student loans.  Producer and Director Andrew Rossi looks at […]

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Douglas County Schools Protest

On May 20th,over a hundred Douglas County parents and students marched to the School District office in Castle Rock.  They were protesting the placement of Rock Creek Elementary principal Amber Sorg on administrative leave.  The protesters said she was targeted […]

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Reading to End Racism

The Reading to End Racism program has been in Boulder Valley schools for 10 years. It has now expanded To the YWCA of Boulder and is also working on expanding their Middle School Program. KGNUs Jennifer Murnan spoke with Layna Ripple.  […]

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