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Colorado will allow four-year colleges to grant associates degrees to those who dropped out. Will more students go back for a bachelor’s?

Colorado schools are getting more money. Bigger changes could be on the way.

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Colorado ban on legacy admissions could lead to more help for students

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Colorado banned legacy admissions. But what does that really mean for students?

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Changes steer audit of Colorado accountability system away from looking for bias in state tests

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Overhaul of Colorado school funding may be in the works

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Colorado’s education pie just got bigger. Now lawmakers want to give a larger slice to higher-needs students.

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Colorado bill would limit 529 plan tax deductions

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Colorado bill to expand school district power to reject charters fails

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Gov. Jared Polis signs bill allowing Colorado colleges to make the SAT and ACT optional

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Colorado Supreme Court clears way for property tax increases, more school funding

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Gov. Jared Polis just signed Colorado’s next budget into law. Here’s what it does for education.

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Colorado school finance bill sends more money to students in poverty, English learners

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Two Colorado colleges plan to remove “junior” from their names in the hopes the change will boost enrollment

Finding out how Colorado schools teach reading can be a wild goose chase. This bill could make it easier.

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Bill to audit Colorado’s school accountability system moves forward

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Bill would give Colorado school districts more authority to reject charter schools

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Colorado leaders roll out plan to create new early childhood department, expand preschool

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Colorado education interests spend millions on lobbying mostly to retain, gain funding

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Colorado school board members could get paid under bill heading to the governor

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Colorado House gives initial approval to 2022 budget

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Colorado bill would allow school districts, universities to name one finalist for their top job

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Colorado Supreme Court hears arguments over school finance tax change

State bill seeks to combat child care shortages by cutting local red tape

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Colorado Senate adds special ed funding, chief equity officer position to 2022 budget

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Sponsors withdraw Colorado bill that would have significantly reduced student tickets and arrests

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Colorado could get a state-level early childhood agency

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Colorado’s 2022 budget boosts K-12 spending, restores higher ed cuts

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A job or a civic duty? Colorado weighs paying school board members

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Federal education department grants Colorado approval to scale back standardized testing

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Colorado reading bills seeking more transparency and teacher training extension move forward

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Gobernador Jared Polis firma proyecto de ley para reducir los exámenes estandarizados. Ahora el gobierno federal tiene que dar su opinión.