How programs across Colorado aim to end “period poverty” with free tampons and pads
People who menstruate sometimes find themselves choosing between buying food and paying for hygiene products. Schools and charities are trying to change that equation.
Beloved former high school in Commerce City will be demolished after enduring fire, squatters and a meth lab
The former high school has been empty since 2009 when the district moved high school students to a new building off of Quebec Parkway
Denver high school students protest outside DPS offices calling for removal of board member Tay Anderson
Students from across Colorado's largest district held a walkout Monday morning, insisting they feel unsafe and want DPS to do more to protect them.
Second STEM School Highlands Ranch gunman sentenced to life in prison without parole
Devon Erickson, 20, was convicted of first-degree murder earlier this summer for his role in the May 7, 2019, shooting
DPS board votes 6-1 to censure Tay Anderson for “disturbing pattern” of behavior and intimidation
One board member wants Anderson to reconsider remaining on the board. He has insisted he will carry out his term.
Investigators couldn’t back up sexual assault claims against Tay Anderson, but found he flirted with underage student
Denver Public Schools Board of Education will meet Friday to consider a censure of Anderson, who was at the center of a six-month investigation into allegations of sexual assault.
The pandemic impacted fall enrollment at Colorado community colleges — but not as much as feared
Enrollment in the system remains down over 10% from 2019.
On the Navajo Nation, “putting seeds in the ground is our greatest act of resistance,” Fort Lewis students learn
Internship program hones lessons taught by parents and grandparents as students learn the role food, housing, language and ritual play in contemporary human rights struggles.
After years of calls to correct its whitewashed history, Fort Lewis College is owning up to its Indian boarding school past
The origin of Fort Lewis College in Durango is a dark stain on American education and the state of Colorado. The school’s own leaders have said as much.
Most Colorado students now attend schools in districts that have mask mandates
At least 78% of Colorado students in preschool through 12th grade now attend school under a mask mandate
New guidance urges Colorado school districts to require masks, but governor sees no need for state mandate
Jared Polis' remarks are in keeping with the local control approach the state has adopted this school year.
Investigation into Tay Anderson sexual assault allegations to be released Wednesday
The Denver Public Schools board hired Investigations Law Group in April to investigate accusations against Anderson
Denver schools increase safety officers, seek authority to ticket students
Denver Public Schools would no longer have 18 Denver police officers inside schools issuing tickets, but instead have 25 armed patrol officers with that authority.
Two years into Colorado’s home school boom, pandemic uncertainties bring new families into the fold
The state’s population of home-school students doubled in the year after the pandemic hit classrooms. The growth could be long-lasting.
A 7-year-old Colorado girl’s school district says in-person learning is best. Her parents want virtual.
Pearl’s family feels stuck between choosing the best educational setting for their daughter, who has Down syndrome, and protecting her health
Crested Butte lured an outdoor publication to town as a tourism bid. Now overrun by visitors, the partnership must evolve.
Three years after Blister’s move to Crested Butte, the gear review site's relocation yields deeper partnership and bigger picture goals.
As students return, Colorado State University works to help them adjust to campus life during COVID
After a pandemic year, students across Colorado and the country are struggling to figure out a return to college life
Colorado offers gift cards to students who sign up for COVID testing
Students will be eligible for a $25 gift card for the first test and $10 for each subsequent test.
Colorado’s standardized test scores are in. But did your kid even take the test?
One thing is clear: Many students struggled academically last year.
Adams 14 school board moves to sever ties with management company
The move comes just after the district hired a new superintendent Karla Loria and follows a critical evaluation of the company by a third party