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Vol 4 Issue 2 – From the Editor

Amending Colorado’s Constitution Antwan Jefferson, PhD     Laws are made by people–they are neither absolute nor right. They may be best understood as signals of the times in which…

Vol 4 Issue 2 – Main Article

Amending Colorado’s Constitution By | Allan Tellis, Chief Writer, Denver   Concepts like fundamental rights and dignity often seem deeply abstracted from the day-to-day operations of educational institutions.  The Right2Learn…

Vol 4 Issue 2 – Educator Perspective

Amending Colorado’s Constitution Educator perspective By | Kenzie Kesselring   Right2Learn’s (R2L) initiative asks educators, parents, and advocates to pause and imagine how schools in Colorado could be if the…

Vol 4 Issue 2 – Student Perspective

Amending Colorado’s Constitution Student perspective By | Nora Hess & Addisson Pribble The present state of our nation may draw unsettling similarities to the animosity of antebellum America. Still, I’m…

Vol 4 Issue 2 – Student Perspective Part 2

Amending Colorado’s Constitution Student perspective By | Timothy-Matthew Ferdinand As a current student attending high school in the Aurora Public Schools District, my initial impression after reading both articles was…

Vol 4 Issue 2 – Scholar Perspective

Amending Colorado’s Constitution Scholar perspective By | Adria Padilla-Chávez Seeking to understand the role of education in our society and in our daily lives has been a lifelong inquiry chronicled…
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