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DUAL LANGUAGE A high-performing charter network will run a biliteracy program at a new elementary school in southwest Denver this fall. If it goes well, they could bring it to Adams 14 next. Biliteracy programs create a literacy foundation in both English and Spanish as a way to foster bilingualism and to help kids learn to read while they are still learning the language. They’re relatively rare in Colorado. Chalkbeat

JOB SEARCH Five people applied to fill the vacancy on the Adams 14 school board left by the departure of former president Timio Archuleta. One of them was state Sen. Dominick Moreno, who represents the district in the legislature. If selected, he says he would serve in both roles. Chalkbeat

SCHOOL AFTER TRAUMA This principal works with students who live in temporary housing or who are in foster care, and many have parents who have been incarcerated. As part of our How I

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