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Graduations 2018: Falcon High School
Graduation exercises for Falcon High School were held Saturday May 26, 2018 at the Broadmoor World Arena. Photo by Jeff Kearney.
A flag flies at half-staff as students return to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., on Feb. 28, 2018, after a mass shooting that left 17 dead. (Matt McClain/The Washington Post)
Woodland Park High School. (Google)
AIR FORCE GRADUATION
Retiring Superintedent Jed Bowman stands on stage to congratulate graduates at the 2018 Woodland Park High School commencement ceremony at Pikes Peak Center in Colorado Springs on Friday, May 25, 2018. (Photo by Kelsey Brunner, The Gazette)
CSCS 2018 GRADUATION
Virginia, left, and Katharine McGrath twin sisters and co-valedictorians hug a fellow graduation after their commencement from Colorado Springs Christian School that was held at the Rocky Mountain Calvary Chapel on Friday May 25, 2018 in Colorado Springs.
CORRECTION School-Shooting-Indiana
In this undated photo, provided by Southern Illinois University, Jason Seaman, a defensive end for the SIU football team, poses for a photo in Carbondale, Ill. Seaman, now a science teacher at Noblesville West Middle School in Noblesville, Ind., subdued a student armed with two handguns who opened fire inside his classroom Friday, May, 25, 2018. The assailant wounded classmate and Seaman whose swift intervention was credited with saving lives. (Southern Illinois University via AP)
School District 11 superintendent Dr. Nicholas Gledich greets graduates after they received their diploma during 2018 Palmer High School graduation ceremony Tuesday, May 22, 2018, at The Broadmoor World Arena. (The Gazette, Christian Murdock)
Colorado College Costs
FILE - In this Oct. 3, 2005 file photo students share a common area at the University of Colorado in Boulder, Colo. Since the recession, states across the country have shifted the costs of higher ed from taxpayers to students. In Colorado, that shift has been particularly pronounced, and dates back even to before the recession. But it's gone all but unnoticed at the state Capitol, where K-12 schools dominate the political discussion. At the governor's request, lawmakers this year approved the biggest boost to higher ed funding in years, but it still won't be enough to prevent another round of tuition hikes. (AP Photo/Ed Andrieski, File)