College leaders say the change will align resources to state goals and help encourage institutions to provide resources for the neediest students to complete their education
Enrollment usually rises at community colleges during an economic downturn. That’s not the case during coronavirus.By Erica Breunlin Education Primary category in which blog post is published
Knowing DU students face uncertain futures and feeling as if changes due to the shutdowns are severely diminishing their support network and academic experience, 11 students filed a petition to ask the school to adjust tuition
Writing a term paper on a cell phone? For Colorado college students forced off campus by coronavirus, that may be the best option.
As Colorado universities shift to online classes to shield themselves from COVID-19, students lacking computers and internet access may have to get creative
Thousands of teachers applied to Colorado’s new educator loan forgiveness program. But only 100 spots are available.
The Colorado Department of Higher Education is granting loan forgiveness of up to $5,000 each year for five years. Will that draw more people into rural classrooms and help the state overcome its teacher shortage?
Gov. Jared Polis’ administration wants to find a new way to fund state colleges and universities, but now the effort has stalled
Most Colorado public school teachers are white, but almost half of their students are not. Can the state close the gap?
Colorado lawmakers want to explore what’s standing in the way of minority teacher candidates. One hurdle: licensure.
Textbook costs can bust college students’ budgets. Colorado professors are turning the page with free resources.
The rise of open educational resources at Colorado college campuses has helped shave costs for students. Red Rocks Community College is leading the pack, developing degree paths that require few textbooks.