Colorado’s substitute teacher shortage, worsened by coronavirus, could force some schools to close. Again.
Districts are finding creative ways to fill the gap, leaning on their own teachers, administrators and even parents to sub
Clayton Early Learning’s entire school community — students, their families and teachers — can access high-quality testing on campus for free. It’s a unique approach to combating the virus that could serve as a national model.
Schools have the option of resuming the sports in the coming weeks if they are ready, or waiting until the spring
The Colorado Education Association and AFT Colorado announced this week that they are forming an “exploratory unity committee” to look at consolidation
While masks haven’t obstructed learning or teachers’ ability to forge relationships with their kids, they have in some cases slowed communication and made it more difficult for educators to keep tabs on how their students are doing emotionally and academically.
Colorado families are leaving $58 million in federal food aid on the table. Time is running out to apply.
Most school districts set up meal programs during school closures, but a Chalkbeat analysis found they served just a fraction of the meals they normally would provide to children living in poverty
Poverty, hunger, lost learning all hit children hard. Colorado needs to protect them from COVID fallout, advocates say.
Hundreds of thousands of Colorado students are learning remotely, some by family choice and some because their school campuses remain closed
Chancellor Phil DiStefano told the university system's Board of Regents on Thursday that overall enrollment is expected to decline by 2%,