Denver’s Black students are raising their voices to redesign the curriculum, ensure their history is taught
A student-led podcast launching on July 4th will highlight the experiences of Black Americans and call for a greater focus on the struggles they’ve already endured.
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Voters will decide in November whether all Colorado 4-year-olds can attend preschool starting in 2023By Erica Breunlin Education Primary category in which blog post is published
Graduation rates could suffer after lawmakers cut a program to help Colorado kids entering high schoolBy Erica Breunlin Education Primary category in which blog post is published
Schools will look drastically different to Colorado teachers and their students. The state has offered guidance on how to carry out the changes and keep everyone safe.
Remote learning robbed Colorado kids of end-of-year traditions. It might also set them back over summer break.
To help students retain what they learned this year, teachers recommend they read daily, prepare meals a few nights and count bugs.
Enrollment usually rises at community colleges during an economic downturn. That’s not the case during coronavirus.
Fall enrollment among Colorado community colleges is down 22% at a time those schools have become more reliant on tuition
As the coronavirus has rattled the economy, leading to layoffs and reduced hours for many, high school students have stepped up to help their families. Some are now delaying college plans.
Students with special needs are continuing coursework online. But for some needing other services, like occupational therapy, they’ve been out of luck.
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.
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.
As frontline workers step up to care for coronavirus patients, child care providers are stepping up to care for their children.