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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D.A. Davidson & Co. Adds Team Members to Expand Presence in South, Northeast – Denver Business Journal

DENVER–(BUSINESS WIRE) D.A. Davidson & Co. today announced growth in its fixed income group with the addition of key institutional sales team members. “We are very pleased with the experience, depth of knowledge, reputations and strong relationships of each of our new team members,” said Rick Turnage, Head of Fixed Income Sales. “We believe these …

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