I was taught long ago at George Washington High School that the melting pot represented the ideal vision of America.
Students in kindergarten through eighth grade receive everything from pencils to notebooks, sparing their families the time and expense of purchasing long lists of school supplies
As COVID-19 evolves, we must, too. But what does healthy prevention look like several years after the virus has emerged?
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
McAuliffe International School allegedly maintained a room that locked from the outside where children having behavioral issues were left alone
Most summer days, the students of You be You Early Learning unleash their torrent of energy in a classroom shaded by a canopy of cottonwood leaves, with slivers of sunlight cascading over them as they play rounds of musical chairs after learning how to add numbers or identify the different kinds of bugs living in […]
Forty-four students with intellectual disabilities have graduated from public colleges in Colorado since 2020. Here’s the story behind the push.
The Court on Thursday limited the role of race in admissions in private and public higher education institutions. Here’s how Colorado colleges are responding.
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