A bill introduced last week would end state testing for fourth and seventh graders, and save the state more than $1 million per year
The pandemic changed the way parents are involved in their kids’ education. A new family engagement center shared by five districts will better incorporate their input into schools.
Anthes has been at the department helm since the end of 2016. The State Board of Education will start looking for the agency’s next leader in early 2023.
Whether you agree with the politics, you should know the history behind how and why it happened. So should your kids.
The measure would create a new school meals program funded by reducing the state income tax deductions that can be claimed by households that earn more than $300,000 in federal adjusted gross income
The report, authored by a workgroup that lawmakers tasked with exploring teacher diversity, doesn’t unveil any new ideas but hits on strategies long known to be effective.
The Colorado Sun interviewed four teachers in their inaugural year about what steered them toward a career instructing students at a time educators have been inundated with new pressures
The Denver teachers union and Denver Public Schools reached a tentative agreement that raises wages an average of 8.7%, sets starting salary a little above $50,000, and promises teachers more planning time during the work day. The announcement of a deal Thursday comes after a marathon bargaining session between the Denver Classroom Teachers Association and district leaders […]
EAGLE — Brian Trommater’s bedroom window opens up to a view of mountain slopes peeking out from behind clusters of trees, giving him a vantage point that often leaves him dazed by the thought that he’s living a dream. It’s an expansive backdrop for an otherwise tiny place to call home: His apartment covers about […]
Teacher pay has long trailed behind other professions requiring a college degree, and in Colorado that pay gap is widest of any state, according to a report published last week by the Economic Policy Institute, a Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit think tank that identifies itself as nonpartisan. Colorado teachers earn 35.9% less than other college-educated workers, […]