Denver doesn’t graduate half of its Native American students. This charter school wants to change that.

Tanski Chrisjohn gets help adjusting the microphone at a school board meeting from Denver Superintendent Tom Boasberg. The Denver school district is not serving Native American students well. Fewer than one in four Native American sixth-graders were reading and writing on grade-level last year, according to state tests, and the high school graduation rate was …

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Denver scaled back its once-active oversight of affordable homes program — then discovered widespread violations

AAron Ontiveroz, The Denver Post Denver city officials looked ahead with optimism in the early 2000s as developers selling the first batches of income-restricted houses, townhouses and condos in new communities jump-started a nascent affordable homeownership program. But that optimism came with a big assumption of responsibility on the city’s part. For most of the …

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Affordable housing project coming to Denver’s Stapleton neighborhood – Denver Business Journal

Forest City Stapleton and Northeast Denver Housing Center have started construction on a 180-unit affordable housing in Stapleton. The developers are working with the Denver Housing Authority, the state of Colorado and Veteran’s Affairs Supportive Housing to supply units to low-income families and veterans. Twenty-two units at the complex, called Moline at Stapleton Apartments (MSA), …

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