A bill introduced last week would end state testing for fourth and seventh graders, and save the state more than $1 million per year
Largest teachers union in Colorado released a state of education report that shines a light on challenges facing teachers
If a student needs additional resources, they would be referred to state-run program offering free therapy sessions
In 2020, Mines ranked 46th from the bottom among all public and private universities in the share of students on campus receiving Pell Grants
The Colorado Department of Early Childhood initially projected about 30,000 kids would enroll in the program in its first year. Officials now believe more will opt in.
Ninety four of Colorado’s 178 school districts are experiencing dips in enrollment this school year.
Last school year, five times as many weapons — 200 total — were found at Denver schools, including 13 guns and 28 fake guns
State officials expect about 30,000 children to opt into the universal preschool program in its first year. That’s about half the number that will be eligible.
The pandemic changed the way parents are involved in their kids’ education. A new family engagement center shared by five districts will better incorporate their input into schools.
Hunter Brown was from Lake Charles, Louisiana