State Rep. Nancy Todd poses at the Colorado Capitol on Dec. 8 in Denver. (Heather L. Smith/Aurora Sentinel)

When they enter adulthood, our students will be facing an increasingly complex economy and financial system. Not all of them have access to the home educational resources they would need to learn how to navigate these challenges. That’s not right.

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In this March 20, 2012, file photo, Denver Broncos executive vice president of football operations John Elway, right, and new quarterback Peyton Manning smile during an NFL football news conference at the team's headquarters in Englewood, Colo. Elway is turning the Broncos into winners again. As recently as two years ago, they were dissolving into irrelevance. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski, File)

In what will probably be Manning’s final season, the Broncos are back in the Super Bowl — for the second time in Manning’s four Broncos’ seasons — and Manning, at age 39, has the chance to do that ride-off-into-the-sunset thing. But in sports — just as in life — nothing really goes the way you planned.

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Spike Lee says it’s not the Academy that’s the problem. It’s the whole film industry. He says there aren’t enough good movies about blacks or for black actors because there aren’t any black executives at the studios who can make the decision to green light them.

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