Colorado Mountain College
Colorado Mountain College to spend $40M to build housing for students getting priced out of mountain towns
Housing accounts for most of the cost of a CMC degree, so 40 units each are planned for campuses in Breckenridge, Edwards, Spring Valley and Steamboat Springs.
National Ski Patrol, Colorado Mountain College will get “refresh” from former GOCO leader
Chris Castilian is leaving Great Outdoors Colorado after four years in which he helped create a new state park, forge a new strategic vision and distribute $270 million in lottery-funded grants
Opinion: As Colorado lawmakers, we call on the legislature to invest $15 million to support workers and students affected by the pandemic
The program grows community efforts and engages private donors to increase available dollars well beyond the state investment.
Opinion: Mental health can be a powerful concern in Colorado’s mountains
The mountain West has earned the morbid nickname of “the suicide belt” because our rate of suicide is drastically higher than the national average.
Colorado’s teacher shortage may worsen coming out of the pandemic. Could $13M stop the trend?
A bipartisan bill seeks to build up the future workforce with middle and high schoolers, veterans and mid-career professionals and keep them in classrooms long term.
Leadville’s gear-lending “library” is tearing down barriers to build a new generation of outdoor adventurers
Get Outdoors Leadville! offers bikes, packs, skis and more to Lake County residents in a national model for increasing diversity in outdoor recreation.
Colorado grants $27 million to support career training, literacy programs, Indigenous curriculum
A sliver of federal coronavirus relief money for schools is moved on to programs in 19 districts hit especially hard by the pandemic
Supreme Court ruling on DACA brings more time, but no less uncertainty for Coloradans
In their own voices: Five Colorado young people explain how DACA shaped their lives and what the Supreme Court's decision means to them.
35% of Colorado high schoolers are earning college credit as they study for their diplomas
Concurrent enrollment saves students from 173 Colorado school districts time and money -- and is helping to close the racial education gap.