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How Denver is spending $9 million freed up by central office cuts
The millions of dollars that Denver Public Schools will save by cutting central office employees will be spent on four initiatives, including creating “community hubs” to provide services for families such as GED classes, mental health support, and help with job placement.
Denver school bathrooms would always stock free tampons, pads under policy
The Denver school board wants to make sure free pads and tampons are available in school bathrooms for years to come. The board is set to cement in policy the district’s practice of stocking K-8, middle, and high school bathrooms with menstrual hygiene products in an effort to ensure that no students have to miss class because they can’t afford them.
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