remote learning

At the Leadership Program of the Rockies 2021 Retreat Friday evening, attendees witnessed a remarkable reminder of the value and importance of school choice and educational opportunity.  LPR’s annual Legacy Award was bestowed on Steve Schuck and his late wife, Joyce, for their many years of extraordinary advocacy and support for students in need through […]

Exactly 20 years and one month ago today, we moved to Colorado for my dad’s work. I was a 10-year-old fifth-grader coming to a new state and a new school, yet one thing didn’t change: The existence of standardized tests. Back at the dawn of the century, though, standardized testing was not as big as […]

Last November in Colorado Politics, I revealed publicly how, seven years ago this past New Year’s Eve, I almost took my own life. Thankfully, I stopped myself from jumping off a parking garage that night and ended up in an overnight mental health hold. For over seven years, I underwent treatment for clinical depression and […]

Jan. 5, 2021 marks the 20th anniversary of my family’s move to Colorado. Midway through 5th grade and a very disgruntled 10-and-a-half-year-old, I just wanted to stay in New Jersey. My parents tried everything to win me over, even taking us to the airport in a limo. Fun as that was, I didn’t want to […]

A few weeks ago, I tested positive for COVID-19.  So did my parents, brother, sister and sister’s boyfriend.  It became a family affair.  I know more Coloradans who have contracted the coronavirus in the four weeks than in the previous four months combined.  Thus, I can see firsthand that the number of positive cases is rising, and this highly-contagious […]


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