Suzie Glassman

Suzie Glassman

Suzie Glassman is a freelance writer and reporter covering education and politics. Her work has been featured in The New York Times, Wired, Parents, Insider, Health, SheKnows, The Girlfriend and more. She is also a contributing writer to Forbes Health and Forbes Education. She lives in Douglas County with her husband, two kids, and two rescue dogs. Suzie is a member of the American Society of Journalists and Authors and the Education Writers Association.

Colorado Republicans urge continued fight against ‘woke agenda’ in education

By: - December 2, 2023

Top Colorado Republicans gathered this week to urge conservatives across the state to continue fighting against what they called the “woke agenda of the left” in public education. State Rep. Don Wilson, a Monument Republican, was joined by Monument Academy school board president Ryan Graham and Brad Miller, an attorney for several conservative-leaning school districts […]

Douglas County schools president to resign but is poised to participate in crucial vote

By: - November 27, 2023

Douglas County school board president Mike Peterson told the current board members in an email last week that he plans to step down from his position “due to a combination of professional and private concerns.” Colorado Newsline obtained a copy of the Nov. 20 email from Peterson to the board after outgoing board member David […]

ACLU settles with Douglas County schools over arrest of student with autism

By: - November 22, 2023

The Douglas County School District, the local sheriff’s office and three school-assigned officers agreed this week to settle a lawsuit brought against them by the ACLU of Colorado for their handling of an 11-year-old student with autism on Aug. 29, 2019, at Sagewood Middle School. After a classmate wrote with markers on the student, identified […]

Parents in Elizabeth demand answers after school staff placed on leave

By: - November 18, 2023

Questions from parents and concerned community members of the small rural town of Elizabeth, located 45 miles southeast of Denver, continue to mount after the school district’s superintendent, Dan Snowberger, announced that criminal allegations against a middle school teacher surfaced in late September. Parents, however, first learned of potential wrongdoing Nov. 8, when Snowberger emailed […]