Opponents of School Choice Appeal Douglas County Decision to Colorado Supreme Court
Opponents of Douglas County’s Choice Scholarship Program (CSP) have filed an appeal and petitioned for the school choice case to be heard by the Colorado Supreme Court, a month after a significant defeat in the Colorado Court of Appeals. A total of 93 pages of documents were filed with the Supreme Court on Thursday, the deadline for a petition to be submitted to the state’s highest court | Read More »
Colorado School District Wins Court Battle Over School Choice Innovation
A Denver Court of Appeals has overturned every count of a local District Court’s earlier ruling against the Douglas County School District’s (DCSD) Choice Scholarship Program (CSP) this morning. While the court rejected the Plaintiff’s standing to bring any statutory challenge, it did recognize the Plaintiff’s standing to bring a constitutional challenge – which the court promptly found had no merit.
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Douglas County Colorado School Board Opponents Claim Decline While Home Values And Sales Soar
Union activists opposed to Douglas County’s innovative school board have claimed the Douglas County School District (DCSD) has ruined the local housing market, despite record home sales and increased property value within the county.
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Anti-Reform Activist Uploaded Union Propaganda to School Servers, Accused Reformers of Favoring Segregation
New documentation obtained by Media Trackers reveals that political propaganda against the Douglas County (Colo.) Board of Education was anonymously uploaded to the district’s network and circulated for months among students, teachers, and administrators. The revelation comes on the heels of multiple cases of inappropriate use of government resources by teachers and administrators to promote political causes and candidates.
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New Douglas County Petition Draws Majority Of Names From Outside County, State
A MoveOn.org petition launched last week attacking the Douglas County Board of Education has received scant attention, with the bulk of signatures coming from people who do not even live in Douglas County. The majority of signatures collected so far have come from people who either live outside the county or outside the state. The petition, which was posted by retired teacher Mike Dubrovich using MoveOn.org’s | Read More »