More than 200 local governments have pledged to increase their affordable housing stock in the coming years. Now developers are applying for funds to build those units.
Some school districts anticipate needing to house all teachers and staff within the next decade as costs soar. A new report highlights how a few are getting a running start.
Voters in many school districts indicated they “want to get back to the basics” in education, one national expert says. But the presidential election could stir up conservative energy in future school board races.
Marisela Ballesteros, 26, will be sworn in Dec. 12 and says she’ll work to better the circumstances of everyone — not just those who share her ethnicity. It’s “not OK that everyone is struggling.”
Middle and high schoolers as well as kids in juvenile detention centers step outside their comfort zones to perform on the spot and find a sense of belonging in the process
The group says biking is an alternative to finding community in “drinking-forward” spaces
The work of 35 young artists from across the state will be on display at the Museum of Contemporary Art until Dec. 10
Chronic absenteeism goes hand in hand with students dropping out, experts say. Schools are tackling both by trying to build better relationships with kids.
Native American objects, including human remains, sat in boxes at Western Colorado University for decades. Now a grant has fueled a renewed effort to find their proper home.
More than 10,000 families have opened savings accounts through the state-run nonprofit CollegeInvest’s First Step program, tackling the high cost of college by starting to save early