Denver Public Schools is considering closing and consolidating some schools as district enrollment continues to decline.
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Students at two Denver schools walked out of class on Thursday morning to express their concerns over the district's COVID-19 regulations.
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The Denver school board member is suing Black Lives Matter 5280 and others for $1 million for their roles in publishing the allegations.
Tens of thousands of Colorado students are missing from this year's school rosters — one of the many ripple effects of the global coronavirus pandemic. An analysis of data compiled by the Colorado Department of Education shows a decrease of more than 35,000 students this year, a massive fluctuation compared to normal year-to-year student population changes, and the only time statewide enrollment has dropped in 37 years.
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Denver teachers ended a three-day walkout Thursday and returned to their classrooms after their union reached a tentative deal raising their p…
Denver Public Schools and the Denver Classroom Teachers Association, the union for DPS teachers, failed to make a deal to avoid a strike Frida…
Denver Public Schools teachers are planning to take a strike vote Saturday unless they can work out their differences with district officials on a new contract.