Colorado voters will choose would-be successors to Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper, who is limited after two terms, in the June 26 primary election.
At the current pace of progress, it will take 13 years for the Denver school district to reach its goal that 80 percent of all third-graders be reading and writing at grade-level.
The friends who'd been fighting with each other at school were soon on the same side of a courtroom.
In Denver’s gentrifying neighborhoods, some middle-class parents are avoiding the school down the block
“I don’t want her to lose privilege, as weird as it is,” Hilbert said of his daughter.
In a split vote, the Denver school board last week approved three more middle schools — but none will open right away.
Denver doesn’t graduate half of its Native American students. This charter school wants to change that.
Fewer than one in four Native American sixth-graders were reading and writing on grade-level last year, according to state tests.
The goal would actually be to end the “school-to-prison pipeline” that criminalizes students for misbehavior at school.
Chasing equity, Colorado Sikhs get their faith added to a list of religions that could be taught in school
Observers of Sikhism in the Denver area have been campaigning for years for their religion to be recognized as a tradition distinct from any other.
Skeptical of college, concerned about gentrification, one recent Denver grad tries to take matters into his own hands
"It's not just construction, it's also fighting for what's right at the same time and doing it in a peaceful manner."
Hundreds of black parents from northeast Denver attended the Black Empowerment Summit on Saturday at Shorter AME Church to discuss strategies for advocating for their children inside Denver Public Schools.
The 60-page online guide from the nonprofit Mental Health Colorado comes out at a time when many school leaders say they desperately need help addressing students’ mental health needs.
In a world of competing priorities, education came out ahead.
More than half of Denver students who graduated high school last year immediately enrolled in a two- or four-year college, according to school district officials.
A series of unfortunate events led to an inaccurate statistic being spread far and wide.
After teacher rallies, the work ‘shifts to the local community level,’ Colorado union president says
Teachers need to convince local school boards to raise salaries, Colorado Education Association President Kerrie Dallman said.
Investigation finds former Manual High principal Nick Dawkins violated district harassment policy, document shows
Dawkins resigned in early March after learning Denver Public Schools received complaints that he created a hostile work environment.
Hickenlooper said he would work to have the state repay all of the approximately $1 billion borrowed from education during the recession.
Colorado teachers are marching at the Capitol this week for more school funding and better pay.
Thousands of Colorado teachers are protesting at the state Capitol this week.