Given a choice between returning to classrooms or continuing to learn virtually, most students’ families chose in-person learning. The percentage varied by race and neighborhood. The latest Denver Public Schools data shows that 42% of families in far northeast Denver chose virtual learning, compared with 27% of families in less diverse southeast Denver. About 40% of Black and Hispanic students chose virtual learning, compared with 20% of white students. … [Read more...] about Students in Denver and other metro school districts head back to class in person
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Steve Phelps, O’Dowd’s president, wanted to help Tami Rabb — a single mother working multiple jobs — guard against the pitfalls of her son’s high school stardom, and invited the two to meet with then-Cal head coach Mike Montgomery. Montgomery kept his message simple: “You have all the tools. Don’t let the outside stuff ruin you.” … [Read more...] about Cal freshman Ivan Rabb headed onward and upward
“He’s a guy who’s more athletic than anybody gives him credit for,” Bloomgren said. “We’ve seen flashes of it in games. What people haven’t seen is that he’s got a good comfort level with our offense. He’s truly becoming a college quarterback, not just a guy who can spin the football and run with it.” … [Read more...] about Is Keller Chryst the next great Stanford QB?
Mayhew was the Lions GM from 2008-15 before he joined the 49ers front office in 2017 to assist Lynch, his defensive backfield mate with the Buccaneers from 1993-1996. Mayhew spent his first two seasons as a senior personnel executive before he was promoted in January 2019. He worked closely with Adam Peters, who has the same title of vice president of player personnel. … [Read more...] about Report: 49ers’ Martin Mayhew will take executive role with Washington
“This is the difficult but right decision for us,” said McCaffrey, who was hired in December 2019, in a press release. “Our players and staff worked over the past months to build a great culture and team that is ready to compete for championships, but the health and safety of our players take precedence over everything else. After missing last spring and most of summer training due to the pandemic, I am eager to use this spring to safely prepare for a full season in the fall.” … [Read more...] about UNC football will not participate in Big Sky season, pursuing ‘modified schedule’