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3 things to know from the Beyond Giftedness Conference

I recently attended the 21st annual Beyond Giftedness Conference in Arvada, Colorado (a Denver suburb). I’ve attended almost every year and have been a presenter at many. When I attend events like Beyond Giftedness Conference, I always pick up some new … Continue reading

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Bright Colorado Worked – Ed Funding Issue Gets On Ballot!

In June, I helped Boulder Valley Gifted & Talented to gather signatures to get Initiative 25 on the ballot so state voters can decide about important education funding issues in Colorado.  Good news – it worked!  There were 142,160 signatures collected by … Continue reading

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If Elected Representatives Won’t, The Public Must Act

Recently I’ve been spending some time gathering support for Initiative 25, also known as “Bright Colorado” or “The Heath Proposal”, named for proposal sponsor State Senator Rollie Heath.  This is about citizens taking responsibility for education funding into our own … Continue reading

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