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
Former East High School Principal John Youngquist had a commanding lead over Kwame Spearman, co-owner of Tattered Cover bookstores, in the citywide at-large race
Right-wing incumbents in Woodland Park School District retained control while union-supported candidates were set to prevail in Aurora, Adams 12 and Cherry Creek
Proposition II, which was approved by a wide margin Tuesday, lets the state keep and spend all the revenue collected through Colorado’s increased tobacco and nicotine taxes
Elfreida Begay began teaching the Navajo language Diné Bizaad at Durango High School this fall, helping her Indigenous students reclaim their culture and language after their ancestors were stripped of their Native identities
A draft bill would create a uniform policy that would require school districts to let transgender students use nonlegal names, pronouns
The Colorado governor’s $38B budget proposal for the 2024-25 fiscal year would fully fund K-12 education for the first time since the Great Recession.
Ben Helgeson harassed the superintendent and a teacher over the equity plan and anti-racist training courses
In Denver Public Schools politics, pro-charter organizations like Denver Families Action are on one side and the Denver Classroom Teachers Association union is on the other