Colorado Department of Education
The district will open up all schools to students this fall but will keep an option of online schooling on the table.
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Students with special needs are continuing coursework online. But for some needing other services, like occupational therapy, they’ve been out of luck.
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.
Districts across the state are grappling with how to handle online instruction. Colorado Department of Education says keeping kids learning is more important than worrying about meeting traditional metrics, like hitting 160 days of instruction.
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.
Thousands of teachers applied to Colorado’s new educator loan forgiveness program. But only 100 spots are available.
The Colorado Department of Higher Education is granting loan forgiveness of up to $5,000 each year for five years. Will that draw more people into rural classrooms and help the state overcome its teacher shortage?
Republican lawmakers unveiled an education agenda that covers school safety, teacher pay, access to higher education and more. Will they be able to garner support from across the aisle?
Thousands of Colorado kids at risk of falling behind aren’t enrolled in preschool, but schools are out of room
Gov. Polis wants to expand preschool to cover more of the 76,000 kids at risk of falling behind in kindergarten, but with some districts at capacity, BEST grant funds may provide wiggle room
Concurrent enrollment saves students from 173 Colorado school districts time and money -- and is helping to close the racial education gap.