About four out of five still got into a first-choice school, district officials announced
Denver gets national kudos for its robust school choice system, but the district has also been criticized for not doing enough to help some students get to their chosen schools.
It’s all online this year, which means no more paper applications. And the timing has been pushed back.
Too tough, not tough enough: Denver’s complicated school rating system is under attack from all sides
Parents use the color-coded ratings to decide where to send their kids, which means the ratings have real-world consequences for enrollment and funding.
Colorado’s new director of school choice: If we hold all schools accountable, divisiveness over charters will go away
Bill Kottenstette is settling into a role at the department that includes overseeing a $36 million grant program to help launch charter schools.
Lakeside Amusement Park was once a fancy place with dance floors, a casino, swimming beach, race track, theater and more.
What you should know about promo nights, tickets, snacks and attractions.
Under Denver Public Schools’ unified enrollment system, families fill out a form listing their top five school choices for 2017-18.
This Denver-area corn maze burned a few hours for us on a sunny weekend day, and has attractions for kids of all ages. Here's what it looked like.
The Cave of the Winds origin story is pretty appealing to kids and adults who fancy themselves adventurers: "In 1881, two brothers went exploring...."
Garden of the Gods is a great spot in Colorado for families. In fact, TripAdvisor ranked it the No. 1 park in the U.S. (No. 2? New York's Central Park.)