Statewide, Colorado’s 81.1% graduation rate still leaves the state below the national average
In a state with an alarming youth suicide rate and a persistent hunger for prevention strategies, the vouchers represent a student-driven effort to broaden access to mental health services
The question now is what this “flip” will mean for teachers, students, and parents
Research could help train school officials and law enforcement on how to better identify students who may be planning an attack
“Keep the story going”: How community volunteers nudge Colorado elementary students to take on racism
Run by YWCA Boulder County, the idea is to use storytelling to raise awareness about racism and discrimination, and encourage students to do something about it
This continues a decade-long period where average scores in reading and math have remained essentially flat, even as the score gaps between high- and low-achieving students has been widening
Lawmakers are finally setting out to retool Colorado’s school funding formula. They’ll have to reach a consensus on these questions first.
Three key factors influence how much money Colorado’s 178 districts receive per pupil. A committee that’s been stalled for two years may have moved the needle with ways to rebalance funding.