Marie Greenwood's spirit and tenacity helped her overcome racial barriers to become Denver's first black tenured teacher.
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Roughly 35 percent of state legislative contests in the United States are uncontested each year. Is that good for democracy?
While many eyes will again be on the high profile school board race in Douglas County, there are similar stakes in Denver and Aurora.
The 2017 race could mean big changes for DougCo's long fought over voucher program that’s been tied up in litigation.
Gitanjali Rao, 11, won a national competition with an invention that measures lead in drinking water. The honor comes with a $25,000 prize.
In a new book, CSU Global university president Becky Takeda-Tinker proposes a performance-based approach to academics.
The Offline October movement was started by students in suburban Denver after two of their peers took their own lives in the same week earlier this year.
The school district’s per pupil funding, at $7,500, is among the state’s lowest, ranked 171 of 178 districts. The average age of a school is 44 years.
“Boy, we’ve sent a lot of our kids to Colorado after they graduate,” said UNK’s Associate Vice Chancellor of Enrollment. “We’d like to start getting some of those high school kids from Colorado to come to Nebraska.”
Boulder and Denver have the biggest "achievement gaps" among Colorado's largest school districts.
Chef Ann Cooper of the Boulder Valley School District has launched the School Food Institute, which offers online courses for school food professionals.
Thursday is the deadline for many of Colorado estimated 1,100 undocumented college students to reapply for an important federal program.
The investigation originated in 2013 when a former student filed a grievance accusing the university of violating her rights in its handling of her sexual assault.
The former cheerleading coach, Ozell Williams, was dismissed shortly after the videos became public.
On Friday, DeVos retracted Obama-era guidance on how universities handle sexual assault cases but a Colorado university says it won't change the way they investigate.