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How Much Do You Know About Standardized Testing in Colorado?

Standardized testing in Colorado instigates unwanted stress among students, parents and teachers. According to the Colorado Department of Education, “The state’s new tests, [CMAS… 226 more words


Teachers' Jobs in Colorado Depend on Students' Standardized Test Scores

In 2010, the Colorado General Assembly approved Senate Bill 10-191, which detailed a new teacher evaluation system. School districts began implementing the system to determine teacher effectiveness as early as the 2013-14 school year. 1,489 more words


Thompson Square And Florida Georgia Line Reminisce On Their First CMA 'Vocal Duo Of The Year' Win - Watch

The Country Music Awards are celebrating their 50th Annual CMA Awards this November and to celebrate they are bringing out all kinds of videos and interviews to get everyone excited about the big milestone! 117 more words


Deportation in the Americas - Histories of Exclusion

UTA, The Department of History, and The Center for Mexican American Studies are proud to present Deportation in the Americas: Histories of Exclusion. The series of lectures will take place between  38 more words

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WATCH: What Chris Young & Trace Adkins Remember About Their First Time On The CMA Stage

We all get nervous before a big presentation at work or a first date, but imagine performing live in front of 40,000 people in a room, with millions watching at home! 42 more words


CMAS director Zlolniski appointed to key state committee on Mexican-American studies at Texas colleges, universities

Christian Zlolniski, associate professor of sociology and anthropology and director of the Center for Mexican American Studies at The University of Texas at Arlington, has been appointed to the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board’s Mexican American Studies Field of Study Advisory Committee. 38 more words

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New digital humanities project to map historic sites of conflict involving Native Americans in Texas

Historical accounts of conflict between Anglo-Americans, Mexicans and Native Americans in Texas are rife with inaccuracies, exaggeration and bias on the part of their authors – so much so that it can be difficult to know what really happened. 207 more words

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