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Carol McGraw

Education Reporter

  • Civil Rights Act: Stumbling blocks of discrimination not a barrier for federal judge

    Updated: Mon, Jun 30, 2014

    Federal Judge Christine Arguello was 9 years old when the Civil Rights Act was signed in 1964. She credits the legislation as having a vital effect on what she accomplished: becoming the first member of her family to graduate from college, first Latina from Colorado to attend Harvard...

  • Black Forest fire's one-year anniversary: Life far from back to normal, but many plan to rebuild

    Updated: Mon, Jun 9, 2014

    A siren wails. Several people chatting on the porch of Crosses for Losses in Black Forest freeze in midsentence and cast uneasy glances at the road. It's an ambulance that hurries by, not a firetruck, so they relax. Early-morning fog that drifts upward like smoke tendrils can cause...

  • Old horse teaches new tricks as Colorado Springs museum brings back livestock exhibit

    Updated: Sat, May 31, 2014

    Because of age, the old guy had to give up his job in 2011, but like some retirees, he's now doing a little teaching. Turns out, he doesn't mind being put out to pasture. Sheep Tick, a 23-year-old rodeo bucking bronco - and a famous one at that - is spending the summer in Colorado...

  • Aging elephant to move to Cheyenne Mountain Zoo

    Updated: Thu, May 22, 2014

    The Cheyenne Mountain Zoo will soon have a new resident. Joni, an elderly African elephant, will join four others in the zoo's Encounter Africa exhibit. Joni's sidekick Ladybird died in March, leaving her alone at the Greenville Zoo in South Carolina. Greenville officials decided...

  • Art from the ashes holds Black Forest memories

    Updated: Sun, May 18, 2014

    They arrived with buckets and boxes and plastic tubs filled with memories. The items were rusted and charred, melted and chipped - unidentifiable to most eyes. But to those who had lost their houses, cars and family treasures in the fire that raged through the Black Forest last...

  • Colorado Springs Police investigate fatal shooting at Chelton and Pikes Peak

    Updated: Sat, May 17, 2014

    Colorado Springs Police detectives were probing an overnight shooting that left one man dead. It occurred at about 2 a.m., according to a news release. Police received a report of a "large disturbance and shooting in the vicinity of South Chelton Road and Pikes Peak Avenue," the...

  • Asian students aced ACT college readiness benchmarks

    Updated: Wed, May 7, 2014

    Asian high school grads beat all other  groups in meeting college readiness benchmarks  for  English, reading, math and science in 2013 according to a study by ACT. The report shows that 58 percent of 2013 Asian high school graduates met at least three of the  College Readiness...

  • AFT urges use of social media to protest kidnapping of Nigerian school girls

    Updated: Wed, May 7, 2014

    The American Federation of Teachers is asking people to protest the kidnapping of Nigerian school girls. The AFT and Education International are urging people to take Instagram photos holding a sign saying #BringBackOurGirls, and to post the photos on http://aftunion.tumblr.com/submit...

  • Space Day and Urban Advantage events at Museum of Nature & Science

    Updated: Wed, May 7, 2014

      Denver Museum of Nature & Science is hosting a Space Day  and Urban Advantage  science celebrations for kids  Saturday, May 10 The  event will include a visit to the planetarium, a Maya Astronomy  presentation, spacecraft design activity using gumdrops,  classes on...

  • Colorado Math Olympiad winners announced by UCCS

    Updated: Wed, May 7, 2014

    Winners of the  31st annual Colorado Math Olympiad held recently at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs were announced recently during a campus award ceremony. The Olympiad, attended by  252 middle and high school students from Colorado and the Alabama School of Mathematics...

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