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Denver isn’t pursuing a true-up with charter schools that got federal coronavirus loans

Across the country, charter and private schools got $6 billion in paycheck protecting funding, according to Education Week

Education

Effort to expand Colorado districts’ power to reject charter schools is voted down

Two Democrats on the House Education Committee joined three Republicans in voting down House Bill 1295 in a 5-4 vote

Education

Opinion: Colorado lawmakers should reject a charter-school bill that deprioritizes kids

Public charter schools have been a lifeline for many students and families. We must continue to keep children at the forefront of education.

Opinion Columns

Opinion: Colorado charter schools stand out during a hard year for public education

The pandemic has caused many of our state’s students to regress. Innovative programs like the ones our charter schools have proposed can be an important step to mitigating that impact.

Opinion Columns

Access to high-quality Colorado schools varies by ZIP code, report says

Low-income families and those in rural areas are less likely to have a school with high test scores within reasonable driving distance, a report by Ready Colorado says.

Education

Opinion: Durango voters show the power of putting students over politics

Opinion Columns

As coronavirus drives more Colorado school districts to stop in-person learning, some neighboring charter schools buck that trend

Two Roads Charter School’s Arvada and Littleton campuses are continuing in-person instruction. Sending students home would harm them, leaders say. “COVID would be the least of their concerns.”

Education

A bill is coming that would change enrollment rules for Colorado charter schools. Could it also deter more from opening?

Rep. Shannon Bird plans to introduce legislation that would revamp the application and appeals processes for charter schools. Education groups fear the changes single out charters and put their future in question.

Education

Charter school network STRIVE Prep to close northwest Denver high school in possible sign of what’s to come

STRIVE’s decision is significant because after years of rapid growth, demographers predict enrollment in Denver Public Schools will soon begin to shrink

Education