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DPS Board of Education Statement on Recent Shootings The leadership of the Denver Public Schools extends our thought and support to the Aurora community in the wake of the recent shootings at school campuses. We stand ready to come together with other public leadership to step up efforts to support our young people and take action to stop the violence. Mental Health Resources Read More »
Statement on Findings from Investigation regarding Director Anderson Today Denver Public Schools Board of Education is releasing the findings of the Investigations Law Group (ILG) independent investigation into the allegations made public against Denver Public Schools Board Director Tay Anderson earlier this year. The ILG report is detailed and complex. Investigators interviewed 63 people, reviewed thousands of pages of documentary evidence, and evaluated Read More »
Board’s Statement on Investigation and on Student Event at the Capitol The Denver Board of Education hears the voices of the community and we, six members of the Board, release this statement to share our continued commitment to action. On April 6th, 2021, this Board launched an independent external investigation to respond to allegations made on social media from BLM5280 and Never Again Colorado against Director Read More »
DPS Board of Education Statement on Allegations Against Director Anderson The DPS Board of Education shares this response to the anonymous allegation made against Director Tay Anderson. Denver Public Schools honors and values the voices of individuals who courageously bring forward reports or allegations of sexual misconduct.  At this point, the Board has confirmed that there is no pending criminal investigation or charge. Director Anderson Read More »
DPS Board of Education Statement on Assessments & Funding Priorities for the 2021 Legislative Session In acknowledging the difficulty the COVID-19 pandemic continues to present to our school staff, students, and families, the Denver Public Schools’ Board of Education calls on Governor Jared Polis, the State Board of Education, and the Colorado General Assembly to urge the Colorado Commissioner of Education and Department of Education to submit an application to Read More »
DPS Statement Supporting Transgender Students

Statement released Feb. 23 by Denver Public Schools Superintendent Tom Boasberg, following President Trump’s decision to rescind protections for transgender students allowing them to use bathrooms corresponding to their gender identity: “Denver Public Schools will always welcome, support and protect our diverse student body. Supporting the whole child includes making sure all of our students

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