A growing number of Colorado students are saying ‘auf Wiedersehen’ to American universities.
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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.
A new treatment program at Adams City High in Commerce City is helping students who are addicted to marijuana kick the habit.
Slideshow: Encompass drug treatment pilot at Adams City High
A massive effort has focused on setting up a system for Coloradans to legally obtain marijuana, but parents are struggling with how to keep their children away from it in the absence of a public health campaign.
Education circles are abuzz with a new concept: that resilience and persistence are just as important as intelligence to predicting student success and achievement. But can "grit" actually be taught?
Steven Hayward, who's wrapping up his stint at CU Boulder, talks about what it's like to be the token conservative on campus.
Boulder’s Luke Anderson wants everybody to celebrate Pi Day--the infinite number, not the pastry.
Metro State engineering students ran into skepticism when they designed the solar furnaces costing less than $50. Now they're winning converts.
"We're investing on average about $90,000 in the education of each student," says a university official. Where exactly is all that money going?
Many students who don't ace the SAT and ACT tests apply to schools that make standardized test scores optional. A new study shows those students do just as well in college as those who submit their scores.
A bill to delay implementation of the Common Core standards in Colorado schools is pulling together supporters on the far right and the far left.
Experts say it’s important for students of all races to have teachers of color throughout their school years, but that’s getting harder and harder.