A bipartisan bill would give 50,000 public school teachers an income tax credit of up to $1,000 to reimburse personally incurred expenses
Colorado students across grades have increasingly struggled to make gains in math while falling short of grade-level benchmarks
Population growth is going to happen. We can expand housing and preserve our landscape, if we loosen zoning and accept density.
The report, authored by a workgroup that lawmakers tasked with exploring teacher diversity, doesn’t unveil any new ideas but hits on strategies long known to be effective.
The Colorado Sun interviewed four teachers in their inaugural year about what steered them toward a career instructing students at a time educators have been inundated with new pressures
Enrollment is declining; spending is increasing. Closing schools won’t save enough money to prevent a budget emergency
They are the first and most important teachers, they are exhausted, and they and need support
Recent studies show that the COVID pandemic led to big drops in testing scores. We must provide more resources to educators
Colorado Springs School District 11 officials asking remaining teachers at Jenkins Middle School to take on bigger workload
The Denver teachers union and Denver Public Schools reached a tentative agreement that raises wages an average of 8.7%, sets starting salary a little above $50,000, and promises teachers more planning time during the work day. The announcement of a deal Thursday comes after a marathon bargaining session between the Denver Classroom Teachers Association and district leaders […]