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Three weeks after Colorado opened COVID vaccination to classroom teachers and child care workers, roughly 75% of eligible people have received their first shot, according to data released by state public health officials.

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Holding funding constant will allow the JBC to reduce the budget stabilization factor, the $1.173 billion debt owed to K-12 by the state, by $120.8 million, according to JBC analysts.

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Denver middle and high school students are gradually returning to classrooms for the first time in more than 10 months, with in-person classes set to start by Monday at the latest. Many schools are reopening with a hybrid model that combines in-person and remote learning. 

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“To recognize and elevate the profession of educators in our society and the cornerstone that our schools of all types provide, we will be able to successfully vaccinate with a highly effective lifesaving vaccine,” said Gov. Jared Polis.