Use our map to dig into elementary, middle and high school academic performance in Colorado from 2018 through 2022.
Miguel Cardona and Gov. Jared Polis headlined a workforce summit at the Community College of Aurora, where educators and employers explored how to better prepare students for in-demand jobs
In striking down affirmative action in college admissions, the Supreme Court has put its faith in a skill that schools no longer teach.
El gobernador Jared Polis firmó una ley que permite a los nativos americanos llevar atuendos tradicionales en las graduaciones. Ahora, Naomi Peña Villasano, de 18 años, pide que se incluya a más etnias.
The increase in the state’s graduation rate marks a turnaround from 2021, when the rate fell for the first time in more than a decade.
When Rosa Beltran was going through high school in the late ’90s in a small town in southern Colorado, she never expected to graduate. “My parents were very concerned about just working and trying to put food on the table. I don’t think I ever had that support from the school either,” Beltran said about […]
The Colorado Sun has opened applications for its 2022 Rise and Shine Journalism Workshop for up to 25 middle and high school students across Colorado. The program will be held July 18-22 over Zoom. The Sun introduced the summer camp last year, exposing students to the fundamental skills of journalism — including reporting, writing, filing […]
Colorado’s high school graduation rate fell for the first time in more than a decade in 2021, according to the Colorado Department of Education. A total of 81.7% of the class of 2021 graduated last spring, down from 81.9% of the class of 2020. The data shows wide graduation rate discrepancies between races and economic […]
AURORA — Three students were shot in the parking lot of a high school in Aurora, police said Friday. The shooting came after six students from another Aurora high school were shot and injured Monday at a park near their school. Aurora Police Chief Vanessa Wilson said that those shot Friday outside Hinkley High School […]
I am a Colorado teacher who works with many undocumented students, and every day I am reminded how desperately we need a pathway to citizenship for all. I have taught students who came to this country when they were months old and live in fear daily that they and their family members will be deported […]