Did the 1918 influenza pandemic strike down lots of healthy young people in the prime of life? A new study from University of Colorado professor Sharon DeWitte says no.
A new grant program could bring supplies needed to help kids overcome learning deficits from the pandemic to about 12,000 teachers
Scores on state standardized tests given in spring reflect a mix of students gaining ground and still struggling coming out of the pandemic
Katy Anthes will hand over the state education department to Susana Córdova on Monday after about seven years of overseeing Colorado’s 178 school districts during a disruptive era in education
The former Denver superintendent will begin leading all Colorado districts as schools work to improve learning experiences post pandemic
Chromebooks reach their “death date” when they are no longer capable of receiving operating system updates. Replacing them straps district budgets and harms the environment.
The legislature approved the child care expansion program in November 2020 during a special session to help the state recover from the COVID pandemic
Ski resort operator will pay $17.5 million to Ikon Pass skiers — and $2.9 million to lawyers — who sued the company over the pandemic-shortened season
Left Behind Workers Fund, co-created by Mark Newhouse, helped distribute $38 million to people who could not legally collect government aid after the pandemic left them jobless.
I understand COVID fatigue. But, by my reckoning, vaccine fatigue makes absolutely no sense.