The Lighthouse Project helps teens at a tipping point for entering the justice system envision a future for themselves.
Colorado added thousands of child care slots in “day care deserts” in just two years
The legislature approved the child care expansion program in November 2020 during a special session to help the state recover from the COVID pandemic
At the University of Colorado, a sports betting company is aiming its pitch at students
Until January, the university received a $30 fee when anyone, including a student, signed up at the PointsBet site using a CU promotional code
Some Colorado colleges enroll more first-generation students. Should they get more state money?
The largely symbolic bill has fed a bigger debate about how Colorado funds its public colleges
Criminal charges against preschool teachers, closure of child care center tore a Colorado town apart
Parents, now scrambling to find alternative care after the abrupt closure of The Schoolhouse in Poncha Springs, are accusing authorities of overreacting to reports of a 5-year-old touching younger classmates
Many kids in universal preschool will likely end up in school districts. Will that shutter community providers?
Colorado’s expanded preschool program will serve 3-year-olds who need more schooling before kindergarten. With districts managing state funding for those kids, community providers worry they will meet a financial cliff.
Colorado extends deadline for families to apply for the state’s universal preschool program
Families now have until Feb. 24 to enroll their child
On the Ute Mountain Ute reservation, a new school aims to preserve culture, language, sense of community
The mood about Kwiyagat Community Academy is upbeat though there are challenges finding licensed teachers in this remote corner of Colorado
Erie librarian was wrongly fired after objecting to cancellation of programs on racism and LGBTQ+ youth, state finds
The Colorado Civil Rights Division ruled that the High Plains Library District violated prohibitions on discriminatory firing and retaliation
Adjuncts will soon qualify for federal student loan forgiveness but Colorado Democrats want to give them more aid toward debt relief
A bill would give adjunct instructors, who may rely on food banks and share housing, full-time employment status for the sake of applying for federal student loan forgiveness