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Photo of members of Teacher Advisory Board collaborating on design of CCS application.

Members of the Denver Public School (DPS) Teacher Advisory Board collaborating on the design of the CCS application.

Credit: Lynne Davis, UCAR


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Photo of a  teacher participating in CCS design process.

Middle and high school teachers participating in the CCS design process identifying teachers' critical needs in helping student's meet the learning goals of the curriculum.

Credit: Lynne Davis, UCAR


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Image shows ability to save, upload and share resources within educational community

This image illustrates the ability to save, upload and share resources within the educational community.

Credit: Lynne Davis, UCAR


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