The Keystone Policy Center and The Colorado Sun partnered to develop an interactive map that breaks down student counts and demographics statewide and in individual schools and districts.
Gov. Jared Polis is reviving the grant program with $6.7 million in emergency funds from his office to help kids make up for lost lessons and time after the height of COVID
During a tense Joint Budget Committee hearing Wednesday, lawmakers told the Colorado Department of Early Childhood to fix persistent shortcomings in the new preschool program
John McConnell has a science and math center named for him at Colorado Mesa University and he still shows up to wow students and teachers.
School districts in Aspen and Frisco are exploring beyond apartments and houses to open up new affordable housing options — 200-square-foot abodes — for educators and staff
Colorado’s proposed quality rules, which will take effect in fall 2024, are already coming too late for the first class of universal preschoolers — about 38,000 4-year-olds and 9,000 3-year-olds so far this fall
For three years, the American Institute for Avalanche Research and Education has been luring women into the field with mentored programs centered on diversity
Students in kindergarten through eighth grade receive everything from pencils to notebooks, sparing their families the time and expense of purchasing long lists of school supplies
13 Colorado districts and charter schools will add electric school buses to their fleets through $24 million in state and federal funding, leading to cleaner air and cost savings for schools
Students with disabilities, who are homeless or living in foster homes have the right to free transportation to their schools. School districts’ costs are rising.