This is the second year of results from new state tests that reflect more rigorous academic standards.
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Young people are carrying record levels of student debt, making it hard for them to qualify for a loan.
The school district says it will continue to follow its policies despite a U.S. judge blocking the White House directive on transgender bathroom use.
Three state schools are the first in Colorado to offer students with intellectual disabilities the chance to attend college.
The state's largest school district wants to build new schools, fix up old ones, and support a variety of student services.
CPR's education reporter gets a lesson in the challenges students with dyslexia face every day.
Roy Romer passed his love for education on to his son and his granddaughter Rachel Romer Carlson, who is trying to change education through private business.
The scores are from the Colorado Measures of Academic Success and Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers.
Camp starts with jokes around a campfire, but more than half the day is spent on reading and writing to boost accuracy, fluency and comprehension.
In most Colorado school districts, parental permission isn’t necessary when school officials meet privately with students.
The delay cause big headaches for the 300-student South Routt School District.
For their series about the country's deep political divisions, filmmakers came to Jefferson County to study the 2015 recall election.
Remember that quiet kid in class who never spoke up? In New York, teachers are learning how to make sure the ideas of introverts don't get overlooked.
In a 4-3 decision, the court ruled that the university's "race-conscious admissions program" is constitutional.
In a follow-up to its School Money series, the NPR Ed Team reports on three states that have, in recent weeks, made news for big challenges to their school funding systems: Texas, Arizona and Kansas.