Denver Public Schools is planning to bring more students back after spring break, and the interim superintendent told the school board Thursday night that he wanted to return "as close to full strength as possible."
Nearly one year into the COVID-19 pandemic, middle school and high school students in the Douglas County School District are scheduled to return to full in-person learning this month, it was announced Wednesday.
Three weeks after Colorado opened COVID vaccination to classroom teachers and child care workers, roughly 75% of eligible people have received their first shot, according to data released by state public health officials.
A bill expected to be introduced this session would call for an independent third-party to conduct an extensive study of the accountability system and report on whether it’s achieving its stated goals of improving student performance.
Denver Public Schools board members discussed Wednesday night picking up the pace on hiring its next superintendent, citing faster timelines at other metro-area districts.
Denver is extending the deadline to apply to two new schools after the district incorrectly listed their addresses on its school choice application website. An incorrect address could have led to fewer families enrolling in the schools, which means the schools could get less money to cover e…
Denver Public Schools is on track to vaccinate all of its educators who want the vaccine by the end of March, a spokeswoman said Tuesday, hitting the district's internal timeline.
The first time Dahni Austin held a copy of a new Black history textbook for which she and other Denver high school students will serve as advisers, she cried.
A potential crisis is looming for Colorado's schools as nearly 40% of the state's educators are considering leaving the profession following the 2020-2021 academic year, according to a new report by the Colorado Education Association.
One of the buildings will be named after Lucile Berkeley Buchanan, the first Black woman to graduate from CU Boulder. The other will be named after CU professor Albert Ramírez and his wife Vera, who advocated for underrepresented students.
For generations, coal has been a constant in this northwestern Colorado city. But by 2030, the Craig Station stacks will go quiet as Colorado shifts to renewable energy.
The report found that most CSU graduates enter and stay in the state’s workforce. Of students who moved to Colorado to attend CSU since 2005, 50% have stayed. And of students who already lived in Colorado, 86% have stayed.
It’s almost budget season and for many Colorado school districts out of compliance with state rules on reading, that means it’s time to talk about purchasing new curriculum.
As districts search for their new leaders, a key question they face is whether to publicly name a single finalist or several.
The Denver Board of Education has chosen the Chicago-based Alma Advisory Group to lead the district’s search for its next superintendent, whom they plan to have chosen in time for the beginning of the next school year.
Holding funding constant will allow the JBC to reduce the budget stabilization factor, the $1.173 billion debt owed to K-12 by the state, by $120.8 million, according to JBC analysts.
They’re adding filters to catch smaller particles, and retrofitting heating and air conditioning systems. And some are trying newer methods to treat indoor air — although experts caution against unproven technologies.
The University of Colorado Boulder will be leading a $7-million project intending to increase access to innovative science curriculum for high school students across the country.
The project is the latest in a series of steps by state education officials meant to get more Colorado children reading at grade level after years of stagnant scores.
Colorado Gov. Jared Polis hand-delivered rapid COVID-19 test kits to Front Range educators Monday, making stops at homes in Fountain and Pueblo, as well as in Denver.
Colorado's teachers and those older than 64 years old will begin receiving vaccinations Feb. 8, Gov. Jared Polis said Friday, an earlier-than-expected beginning for an inoculation effort that will take weeks.
Denver middle and high school students are gradually returning to classrooms for the first time in more than 10 months, with in-person classes set to start by Monday at the latest. Many schools are reopening with a hybrid model that combines in-person and remote learning.
“To recognize and elevate the profession of educators in our society and the cornerstone that our schools of all types provide, we will be able to successfully vaccinate with a highly effective lifesaving vaccine,” said Gov. Jared Polis.
Colorado's K-12 educations and those older than 64 years old will begin receiving vaccinations Feb. 8, Gov. Jared Polis said Friday, part of another tweak to the state's ever-shifting vaccine priority list.
The RISE fund is intended to provide extra support for those at risk of falling behind, including low-income students, English Language Learners, those experiencing homelessness and pregnant teens or teen parents.