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The idea behind public education is simple: A community pays into a system that aims to create a bright future for the next generation. Years pass, and those kids grow up. They pay into the same system, yielding the same dividends. Repeat. Image: Michael I Schiller for Reveal But things aren’t always that simple. As this week’s episode explains, the policies that shape public education can be subj ... more
Join Angela Palermo for a conversation with Sara Connell during a Fall Fundraiser special live edition of Outsources. Sara very recently left her position of Education and Services Manager at Out Boulder County. She is heading out on new professional adventures as a freelancer. We discuss her time at Out Boulder and what her plans are for the future. For more information about Sara’s Queer Sex Pod ... more
The watchdog group that formed in 2006 to monitor the state’s Ethics Commission that voters initiated with the passage of Amendment 41, announced its plans to close its doors by the end of the year. The Executive Director of Colorado Ethics Watch, Luis Toro shared his reflections and insights with KGNU reporter Robin Ryan about the shifts that have impacted the quality of governance over the cours ... more
Fort Collins author Laura Pritchett veers away from her usual fiction, with her new book that serves as a handbook for those who wish to have a good end of life experience. Making Friends with Death, a field guide for your impending last breath (to be read ideally before it’s imminent). Pritchett has been a fiction writer for most of her career, but about a decade ago she had friends and family me ... more
On this week's episode of tech talks we will be discussing cyberbullying – bullying that takes place over a digital device through text or social media sites. On today’s episode we are looking at some data around Cyberbullying. We researched the data that is out there and interviewed high school students from different backgrounds. What did we find? We found that the perceptions of Cyberb ... more