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Past articles by Nicole:

Denver Public Schools Superintendent lays out goals for 2022-2023 school year

Denver7 anchor Nicole Brady spoke with DPS Superintendent Dr. Alex Marrero about the district's strategic plan, equity, teacher pay, school board drama and test scores. → Read More

Colorado restaurant industry takes new approach to mental health

The Colorado Restaurant Association is using money from a pandemic fund to help workers manage mental health. → Read More

Douglas County superintendent sits down with Nicole Brady to discuss challenges of new school year

Douglas County superintendent Erin Kane sits down with Denver7's Nicole Brady to discuss challenges of new school year. → Read More

Colorado theater students return to the stage for spring musicals

After pivoting during the pandemic, Colorado high schools are finally able to do spring musicals. → Read More

Proposal could help Colorado districts hire and retain school bus drivers

State Rep. Colin Larson plans to introduce a bill that would allow grant funding for schools to pay bus drivers competitive salaries → Read More

State board supports return to normal standardized testing for Colorado students

The Colorado State Board of Education is supporting a return to normal standardized testing in the spring of 2022. → Read More

Fundraiser aims to support Colorado moms giving birth in January

YANA M2M is hosting a fundraising gala for a new program that will provide postpartum support for moms giving birth in January. → Read More

Universal preschool is coming to Colorado, advocates push for programs that will address equity gaps

The advocacy group Trust for Learning is recommending principals of ideal learning as Colorado expands preschool. → Read More

New Commerce City charter high school focuses on next-generation agriculture

The STEAD school is opening its new campus in Commerce City. The high school focuses on agriculture and project-based learning. → Read More

Denver's oldest middle school turns 100 years old

Morey Middle School will celebrate its 100th birthday on Sept. 25. → Read More

JeffCo Public Schools launches school-based COVID-19 testing program

JeffCo Public schools will offer free COVID-19 testing at high schools. → Read More

Northglenn co-working space is helping Denver workers meet post-pandemic office needs

Office Evolution opened in 2020, at time when many employers and entrepreneurs in Denver were changing the way they work. → Read More

2021 Kids Count report looks at impact of pandemic on Colorado children

The Colorado Children's Campaign released the 2021 Kids Count report, showing the impact of pandemic income losses on Colorado families with children. → Read More

Denver Public Schools begins school year in person with new superintendent at the helm

Denver Public Schools kicked off the 2021-2022 school year Monday with a new superintendent in charge. → Read More

Colorado State University receives grant to focus on preparing for the 'next pandemic'

Anschutz Foundation grants $2 million for research → Read More

Colorado families begin receiving child tax credit payments

The new Advance Child Tax Credit increases the amount of the credit and distributes half of the credit in monthly payments. → Read More

Colorado plans to regularly test K-12 students for COVID-19 this fall

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is planning a school-based COVID-19 testing program using federal funding. → Read More

Poudre School District votes to keep police officers at schools

In a 6-1 vote, the board voted to move ahead with contract negotiations to keep SROs in school. → Read More

Denver Preschool Program is expanding free preschool to 3-year-olds

The Denver Preschool Program is expanding to serve 3-year-old students. → Read More

Denver Public Schools plans for a return to normal with help from $200M in stimulus money

Denver Public Schools officials discussed plans for the return to full in-person learning for the 2021-2022 school year. → Read More