The university's athletic department once again finds itself embroiled in an off-the-field controversy following domestic violence allegations.
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Part of what makes Skyline Academy unique is where it’s located; on a revolutionary new campus that invites the community in to garden, cook and get therapy.
Colorado’s academic standards have no expectations for handwriting or cursive, it’s up to each district. By first or second grade, many teachers switch to keyboarding.
Denver Public Schools is one of a handful of districts nationwide where Native American languages are taught outside reservations.
Based on 2014-15 school year data, 96 percent of teachers evaluated received a rating of effective or higher. Almost no school districts had any “ineffective” teachers.
Can you spell rhabdoid? That's the word that catapulted Faith Baca into the upcoming National Spelling Bee.
The project did more than teach students about one of Denver’s older neighborhoods, they also began noticing gentrification happening around their own homes.
Teachers and students alike use the word “family” to explain what it feels like being in such a small graduating class.
In a busy 2017 session, lawmakers also passed measures to address the statewide teacher shortage.
Some students are protesting the multi-million dollar facility, which has already broken ground and will help train future meat industry workers.
Seventeen-year-old Brianna Martinez looked outside her home district in order to take advantage of more challenging classes and extra activities.
Professor John Straayer headed CSU's legislative internship program for 37 years. His students included Cory Gardner, who's now a U.S. senator from Colorado.
Jefferson County's Bear Creek High is the only high school in the state that offers experiential education in the form of “Senior Field Studies.”
The Trump Administration wants to eliminate the Corporation for National and Community Service, which funds AmeriCorps and SeniorCorps, from the federal budget.
At Sheridan’s Fort Logan Northgate, half of the students are learning English as a second language; 90 percent qualify for free or reduced-price lunches, and 13 percent have “special education” status.