Jeffco Public Schools
The announcements follow a decision by Gov. Jared Polis to close schools for in-person instruction until at least April 30.
For Colorado’s youngest students, attention span is just as important as academics in remote learningBy Erica Breunlin Education Primary category in which blog post is published
Colorado families are getting a taste of homeschool thanks to the coronavirus crisis. Could it stick?By Erica Breunlin Education Primary category in which blog post is published
Colorado teachers plan to rally at the Capitol again this year — and at least one district will cancel classesBy Ann Schimke Education Primary category in which blog post is published
Citing lack of consensus, Jeffco Public Schools abandons idea to tear down and rebuild Columbine High SchoolBy Jesse Paul Education Primary category in which blog post is published
Should schools and buildings be torn down after mass shootings? Columbine looks to others as it struggles with trespassers
There are countless examples of macabre tourist attractions that have drawn the focus of the curious and the obsessed, or they were razed or remodeled quickly
Colorado’s kindergarten landscape will even out, with benefits flowing to state’s wealthiest, poorest families
A decade after some districts pushed back against Gov. Ritter's full-day kindergarten plan, most consider it essential.
Jeffco Public Schools’ security chief was already losing sleep over the Columbine anniversary. And then this week happened.
John McDonald often spends the night at the school in the days before the painful anniversary, but got little sleep when a woman threatening violence came to Colorado
Florida woman found dead after manhunt, statewide school closures over threat, “infatuation” with Columbine
The FBI's Denver office confirmed via Twitter that Sol Pais is dead after a massive manhunt and more than 1,000 school closures around the state of Colorado.
Takeaways from The Colorado Sun’s months-long investigation into school safety 20 years after Columbine
Twenty years after Columbine, Colorado schools are assessing an astonishing number of student threats
Some Colorado districts are evaluating an average of four threats per school day. Administrators say the process is sound, but others worry students' civil rights are trampled in the rush to protect schools from liability.