Legislature told the state’s colleges and universities they couldn’t raise tuition for any in-state undergraduate students by more than 2%.
A bill introduced last week would end state testing for fourth and seventh graders, and save the state more than $1 million per year
If a student needs additional resources, they would be referred to state-run program offering free therapy sessions
A teacher’s discovery: When students aren’t anxious about As, Bs and Cs, they rise to a more challenging curriculum
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.
Under Colorado law, even unintentionally possessing explicit images of kids is akin to having child pornography. The man faces up to 12 years in prison.
Whether you agree with the politics, you should know the history behind how and why it happened. So should your kids.
Too few Colorado students have access to basic education about managing their money.
The permit process can be complicated and opaque. Schoolchildren are paying the price of delay.
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