Remote learning robbed Colorado kids of end-of-year traditions. It might also set them back over summer break.By Erica Breunlin Education Primary category in which blog post is published
Under new restrictions, child care facilities can have no more than 10 kids per room. That means fewer spots for parents -- and less profit for providers.
She closed her Colorado child care center because of coronavirus. Now, she’s wondering if she’ll ever reopen.
Bill Jaeger, vice president of early childhood and policy initiatives at the Colorado Children’s Campaign, said he’s concerned the industry — where providers already operate on the thinnest of margins — could collapse
Online learning is harder for some students, so Colorado schools are protecting grades with new policies
As Colorado school districts have replaced in-person instruction with remote learning, some are also easing up on grading policies.
The announcements follow a decision by Gov. Jared Polis to close schools for in-person instruction until at least April 30.
From prom to graduation to just hanging out with friends, Colorado seniors are missing out on some final moments. But they say this isn’t the worst thing that’s happened to the class of 2020.
For Colorado’s youngest students, attention span is just as important as academics in remote learning
As school districts shift to online learning in response to the coronavirus, technology will be critical in maintaining classroom relationships
Colorado families are getting a taste of homeschool thanks to the coronavirus crisis. Could it stick?
As parents trade spots with teachers, some are considering making the jump to homeschooling for good. But it’s tougher than they thought.
The pandemic is testing the stability of the state’s child care system -- one that will be critical to an economic recovery.