Homeowners may have been better off paying the higher property taxes the district first asked for, the study suggests.
Las clases de idioma ayudan a los estudiantes de Denver a hablar con sus abuelos, leer literatura y conseguir trabajo .
El estado y algunos distritos escolares han puesto en marcha programas para facilitar que los estudiantes busquen terapia para sus problemas de salud mental.
More Black and Hispanic Colorado residents hold a college degree even though the state as a whole lost some ground, according to a new report.
The first application window for Colorado’s new free preschool program runs from Jan. 17 to Feb. 14.
The redistricting process is already underway, and Denver Public Schools is seeking feedback on four potential maps.
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Colorado’s school finance committee recommends increasing special education funding. A broader rewrite of Colorado’s school funding formula could still come later this session.
Colorado lawmakers want to make more student teachers and educators eligible for financial aid, to attract more students to the profession.
Digital literacy, high school diploma programs for adults who haven’t finished high school could get boost from two Colorado bills
Colorado bills would fund more adult education to produce more educated workers and train more people for hard-to-fill jobs.
Board Vice President Auon’tai Anderson says an argument between him and Brandon Pryor at his workplace crossed the line into threats, a claim Pryor disputes.
The early burst of interest could mean enrollment in Colorado’s free preschool program will exceed the 30,000 children expected to participate during the first year.
A Colorado Education Association member survey found teachers are worried about mass shootings and political interference. Staffing shortages feel worse than ever.
If successful, the teacher wants to follow the path laid out by the Spanish language arts program at the school.
Aurora and Cherry Creek are two districts that offer free therapy sessions to students.
Los consejeros no se reúnen con los estudiantes para solamente hablar sobre sus calificaciones. También brindan consejería de salud mental, algo que a veces no se aprovecha.
In 2020, the most recent data available, just 13.4% of the Colorado School of Mines’ 2020 freshman class had Pell Grants.
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“Siempre estaba asegurando que siempre fuéramos más lejos, hiciéramos más y nos esforzáramos más por los niños.”
Los sistemas de inscripción para el preescolar y los estudiantes de K-12 son separados, y esto ha confundido a algunos padres.
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Martha Urioste remembered for fighting for bilingual education, bringing Montessori to Denver public schools
“She was always making sure we went further, tried harder, did better for kids.”
Colorado will pay most universal preschool providers more per child next year than what they receive now through a smaller state-funded preschool program.
El próximo año habrá comidas gratis en la mayoría de los distritos escolares de Colorado. ¿El tuyo será uno de ellos?
Comidas gratis para todos los estudiantes de Colorado. Esa fue la promesa de la Propuesta FF. Averigüa si tu distrito escolar tiene planes de participar en el nuevo programa de comidas.
Denver has spent $30 million on a plan to expand and diversify its School of the Arts. But now it needs more money.
The first phase of renovations to the former Johnson & Wales campus were estimated at $10 million. But the cost has risen to $16.6 million.
School board members were initially shocked at the price and will consider downsizing some projects in January or February.
Separate enrollment systems for preschool and K-12 students has puzzled some parents. “I’m so confused with enrolling my daughter into preschool,” one mother wrote on social media.
The Denver school board signed off on moving Robert F. Smith STEAM Academy from its office building location to the former Barrett Elementary.
Los líderes de Adams 14 prometen mejorar la educación vocacional y ayudar más a los estudiantes de inglés
Los líderes de Adams 14 están luchando contra la intervención del estado. Al mismo tiempo, dicen que están trabajando para mejorar la educación.