The State Board of Education is growing from seven seats to nine seats. Find election results here.
La propuesta FF permitiría que los distritos escolares de Colorado ofrecieran comidas escolares gratuitas a todos los estudiantes.
The Denver school board is set to vote Thursday.
In each grade, district officials stripped out two units and added 10 books.
A Chalkbeat analysis found that Denver schools opened at a rapid pace as enrollment climbed. Now school closures are looming.
State leaders are hoping the event provides a big boost to college enrollment.
Colorado’s State Board of Education is growing from seven to nine seats, and political control of the body that sets education policy could be at stake in November’s election.
In September, Colorado officials proposed that some children get an extra 10 hours a week of tuition-free preschool next year. Now, the number of additional hours is up in the air.
¿Cómo puedes ajustar la universidad? Llenar la solicitud FAFSA ayuda a los estudiantes a darse cuenta de que la universidad es una opción.
The state granted extensions to a dozen school districts where most but not all K-3 teachers completed the training.
Democratic State Board members said the American Birthright civics program was “too extreme.” Instead, Colorado schools will use civics standards developed by Colorado teachers.
Despite approving the charter school application in December, the district now blocked the school by rejecting the contract.
State Board of Ed member Steve Durham hopes students connect the Nazis with socialism. Historians say he’s ‘completely wrong.’
Far more Colorado students are enrolled in online schools than before the pandemic, but there isn’t much information about how these schools perform.
Two of the systems are related to special education. The other two are related to the central office and the role of the school board.
Community College of Aurora will cut more than 30 degree and certificates low-interest programs in arts, tech, and business.
Video from a meeting between students and district staff reveals tensions in the dispute over the podcast trademark, which is now the subject of a lawsuit.
Filling out the application can take time, be overwhelming, and, at times, feel invasive for families. But in the end, the process can be worth it because it opens students to a variety of money for college, experts say.
The decision to close Denver’s Montbello 12 years ago was marked by controversy. The reopening has seen some controversy, too — but also hope.
Una querella federal dice que la ley de opción de escuelas (school choice) de Colorado da demasiada oportunidad para rechazar a estudiantes discapacitados.
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“The power struggle will overshadow the board doing anything,” one observer said.
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