Colorado lawmakers are planning to return some of the funds promised to schools with Amendment 23 but many districts say the money doesn’t amount to much, particularly in rural areas.
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People who came to the country illegally but who now have federal work permits have a chance to teach in Denver schools.
Eight Denver high schools will be able to expand their STEM programs -- science, technology, engineering and math – and other programs through $9.3 million in grants.
Hundreds of teachers rallied outside of Jefferson County School district offices Monday evening, declaring an impasse on contract negotiations with the district.
A project at the University of Colorado-Boulder aims to get girls excited about computer coding through Scalable Game Design.
In Colorado Matters' monthly education roundup, learn about why high school grades matter more than college entrance exams and a radical new idea in children’s play.
The ramifications of the decision on local universities is not clear.
The second half of the legislative session is proving to be a busy one for the education committee, including what one writer calls the most intense education debate in several years.
A new report states that a large number of Colorado high school grads need remediation in college, and those rates are twice as high for minority students.
Author and scientist Jeffrey Bennett is on a quest to help all of us understand Albert Einstein’s most famous theories.
The legalization of marijuana in Colorado has affected one group who can't buy it: teenagers.
Diana Wall, who’s being inducted into the Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame, studies microscopic species in the soil, which she says offer clues about biodiversity and global warming.