The additional funding comes from the 2023-24 state budget and a related special education funding bill and enables Colorado to meet funding commitments it made in 2006 but never honored
Help wanted: A Colorado nonprofit is recruiting retirees to educate preschoolers amid staff shortages
The Early Childhood Service Corps puts adults 50 and older in preschool classrooms to help teach and fill workforce gaps
Colorado’s school finance bill promises to fully fund K-12 education by the 2024-25 academic year
Since 2009, Colorado has withheld more than $10 billion from its schools
Hundreds of thousands of Coloradans have some college credits. This program gives them a second chance at a degree.
The state’s Finish What You Started program helps students overcome financial obstacles and academic anxieties to return to school and finish their degree
Douglas County School District settles discrimination claims with former superintendent for more than $800K
$800,000 deal with Corey Wise includes pay owed him as part of his superintendent contract.
Expulsions are low in Denver. District officials say that’s how it should be.
Last month’s shooting of two East High School deans by a student who was being searched for weapons has placed renewed scrutiny on discipline in Colorado’s largest school district
Is Colorado ready to serve English learners under new universal preschool?
Under Colorado law, 4-year-olds identified as English learners are eligible for additional hours of preschool. The additional hours — 30 instead of 15 — are dependent on state funding.
Colorado community colleges offering links to 2 historically black colleges
The memorandum adds Texas Southern and St. Augustine’s to the system’s “Bridge to Bachelor’s Degree Program” partnership
Recovery high schools, like one in Denver, help kids heal from an addiction and build a future
5280 High School is Colorado’s only recovery school and one of 43 in the U.S. designed for students who are dealing with substance use disorder and related mental health disorders.
Do school-based police officers make high schools safer? It depends on how you measure.
School violence has increased dramatically in recent years, but researchers aren’t clear on the difference police officers in classrooms make.