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Many Colorado families struggle to afford pricey summer camps. A nonprofit is footing the bill for hundreds.

ReSchool Colorado will connect nearly 800 kids to summer learning and fun, helping them overcome an opportunity gap that extends from the school year into summer.

Education

Colorado’s teacher shortage may worsen coming out of the pandemic. Could $13M stop the trend?

A bipartisan bill seeks to build up the future workforce with middle and high schoolers, veterans and mid-career professionals and keep them in classrooms long term.

Education

Colorado summer camps are gearing up for a full season of swimming, sightseeing — and sanitizing

Camps will make a big return this summer, with parents and kids alike eager for more carefree days. Many camps, catering to fewer kids, have already hit capacity.

Education

Asian American students in Colorado say they are done being quiet about racism

Five students spoke to The Colorado Sun about enduring racism their whole lives. A rise in anti-Asian hate crimes during the coronavirus has intensified their outrage.

Education

Jim Morrissey: Getting past COVID’s velvet rope

Opinion

Colorado wants to help kids move past coronavirus learning challenges. But funding is a big hurdle.

A bipartisan bill seeks to meet the costs of intensive tutoring across districts. Lawmakers say they’ll need more funds from the Colorado Department of Education.

Education

My family in Colorado has adapted to COVID, but I worry for my Brazilian relatives

Colorado authors, thinkers and readers share their thoughts on living through historic times as the state fights the progress of coronavirus

Opinion

Littwin: Vaccinations speeding along in Colorado, but are they moving fast enough to forestall “impending doom”?

Polis agrees with Biden and Dr. Walensky to remain cautious in race against coronavirus spread, but how does that fit in with Colorado’s Dial 3.0 and its loosening restrictions?

Opinion Columns

A world away, the coronavirus allowed me time to reconnect with childhood Colorado friends

Colorado authors, thinkers and readers share their thoughts on living through historic times as the state fights the progress of coronavirus

Opinion

At first I felt lost in the coronavirus, but have finally come to grips with uncertainty

Colorado authors, thinkers and readers share their thoughts on living through historic times as the state fights the progress of coronavirus

Opinion

4 charts explaining Colorado’s sharply improving economy, even as low-income workers lag behind

The outlook is so rosy that lawmakers may even be forced to return money to Coloradans in the coming years because of government growth restrictions imposed by the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights

Economy

When coronavirus life got me down, I found hope by exploring comedy

Colorado authors, thinkers and readers share their thoughts on living through historic times as the state fights the progress of coronavirus

Opinion

The coronavirus inspired me to write in praise of home schooling — but not the way you think

Colorado authors, thinkers and readers share their thoughts on living through historic times as the state fights the progress of coronavirus

Opinion

Silverman: Please get vaccinated, but don’t drop your masks just yet

Coronavirus variants are out there, so let's not drop our guard too soon

Opinion Columns

For Colorado fence-sitters like me, the coronavirus reinforced a love for our equine companions

Colorado authors, thinkers and readers share their thoughts on living through historic times as the state fights the progress of coronavirus

Opinion

Littwin: Joe Biden get his $1.9 trillion bill passed and then decides to make a promise that won’t be easy to keep

Biden says we’ll have backyard cookouts with friends and family by July Fourth. To make that happen, all he has to do is persuade Americans to keep wearing masks and to get their shots.

Opinion Columns

Coronavirus is straining Colorado kids’ mental health. The state hopes free counseling sessions will help.

Two plans have been floated to address increased instances of depression, anxiety and suicide attempts among school-age children and, in some cases, their teachers.

Education

Littwin: The CDC has told us what the fully vaccinated can do, and, uh, it’s not all that much

With states rushing to end restrictions — not Colorado yet, fortunately — we’re in a race to reach herd immunity, meaning we must incentivize the vaccine hesitant. Got any ideas?

Opinion Columns

Boulder police pursue hundreds of tips after violent party near University of Colorado

No arrests had been made as of Monday

Crime and Courts

Boulder authorities will pursue criminal charges after violent party near CU

Boulder County's DA described the rowdy behavior near the University of Colorado as "shameful"

Crime and Courts
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