Denver's Largest Charter Network is Up for a $250,000 National Prize

For the second year in a row, Denver’s largest charter school network, DSST, is a finalist for a prestigious national prize worth $250,000.

DSST, which operated 13 Denver middle schools and high schools this past school year, is one of three top contenders for the Broad Prize for Public Charter Schools. A growing charter network, DSST was selected in part for its success in preparing students from low-income families and students of color for college.

Read the full story at The Denver Post.