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The community has struggled with a rash of recent student suicides, five in total over the last two years — four of whom went to Arapahoe.
NEST Studio for the Arts aims to make research more accessible and interactive in its first exhibit.
To hang on to teachers, Denver Public Schools and other Colorado school districts are playing a bigger role connecting educators with housing programs.
Brian Vasquez, who taught social studies at Prairie Middle School in Aurora, acknowledged having inappropriate sexual contact with several students.
A letter from their ACLU attorney demands CSU revisit its campus police policies in light of two officers stopping Thomas Kanewakeron Gray and Lloyd Skanahwati Gray on a campus tour.
The hazing involved trying to get freshmen swimmers to throw up as well as stripping and blindfolding them.
About half of third graders in Colorado can't read at grace level, and many are students with dyslexia.
This story is part of Colorado Wonders, where you ask us about what's on your mind about Colorado, and we find the answers.
The Careerwise program is modeled off what Gov. John Hickenlooper and other officials saw on a trip to Switzerland.
Amendment 73 would raise $1.6 billion for 178 school districts if it passes.
The latest statistics show that 55 percent of high school graduates move on to college. But there is a lot of inequity across Colorado.
Fourth-grader Jamel Myles was bullied in school and had recently come out as gay.
As LGBTQ students increasingly identify as transgender or non-binary, Colorado teachers were looking for a refresh on creating supportive classrooms.
Balancing budgets and preparing students for future jobs are among problems facing Colorado educators..