Rise & Shine: Students across country continue reporting incidents of racism after election

WALKOUTS Denver students walked out of classes Friday afternoon, protesting racism and Donald Trump’s election. Chalkbeat Colorado, Denver Post

LOOKING AHEAD Flexibility and local control may be among the things educators can expect under a Trump presidency. Chalkbeat Colorado

STILL COUNTING The bond measure for Mapleton Public Schools was being narrowly approved Thursday night. Ballot counting should resume today with another update on the votes early this week. Chalkbeat Colorado

Votes are also still being counted in the race for the state Board of Education seat representing the 6th Congressional District. A Friday night update from Arapahoe County put the Democratic candidate ahead. Chalkbeat Colorado

FIRST PERSON A teacher talks about his school day in Denver, the day after the election. Chalkbeat Colorado

BULLYING Incidents of racism at college campuses and K-12 schools are being reported since the Election. AP via Denver Post

CULTURE TRAINING Boulder Valley teachers are getting trained in how to respond to children with questions about sexuality and to help gay, transgender and gender-nonconforming kids feel comfortable. Denver Post

MINIMUM WAGE School districts in Colorado Springs worry about how they’ll make the change to increase minimum wage as voters approved. The Gazette

SERVICE Manual’s student body president led his school in Veteran’s Day activities around Civic Center Park, then went to a rally for the Standing Rock Sioux tribe opposing the pipeline. Denverite