As the school year nears its end, some Denver parents will just be getting started.
Two lawmakers who have long helped shape education policy in Colorado have introduced a bill that would bar teachers from striking and strip unions that endorse strikes of their bargaining power.
Hundreds of Colorado teachers will descend on the Capitol Monday to call for more school funding and for protecting teachers’ retirement benefits.
“We really believe we are the 20 percent,” she said, referring to the district’s goal that 80 percent of all students will attend high-quality schools by 2020.
A little over a month after a “Race and Faith” chapel event that ruffled the feathers of some students and parents at Faith Christian Academy, the private Christian school fired the faculty member responsible for it.
Adams 14 wants students to learn English faster, and the district can't find enough qualified teachers. Advocates question the new approach.
The program was a prime fault line in an election this fall that saw voucher opponents take full control of the board.
As the tragic circumstances of a Colorado fifth-grader’s suicide draws widespread attention, state lawmakers want to help schools try to prevent such cases.