Lots of programs help high school students prepare and pay for college, but one Denver scholarship also aims to help these students stay in college and graduate.
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Have you laughingly told someone that you're bad at math? That might have contributed to the mortgage crisis and made politics more divisive, says Boulder astrophysicist Jeffrey Bennett.
A proposed ballot initiative to ban guns from Colorado public college campuses and universities clears first hurdle.
Nearly 90 percent of teachers surveyed in Denver say that discipline issues in class are having a bad effect on teaching and learning.
Students at Sheridan Middle School decide to continue as planned a debate on gun control and school safety despite the tragic shooting at a Denver area high school.
On Jan. 1, 2014, Colorado will switch to a new version of the GED high school equivalency exam and anyone who hasn't completed the old test will be sent back to square one.
In exchange, colleges have verbally agreed to limit tuition increases to no higher than 6 percent next year.
Enrollment is on the rise in public schools across Colorado. But the surge comes as funding for kids and classrooms takes a takes big hit.
Colorado Community College students will soon be able to perform online experiments, controlling specialized laboratory equipment from the comfort of their own homes.
The commission that oversees Colorado’s colleges and universities has signed off on a plan to tie some state funding to performance in several areas.
A new database created by the Knight Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics shows that spending on athletics at some Colorado universities is growing at a much faster pace than spending on academics.
In Colorado Matters' monthly education roundup, learn about one writer's case against high school sports, a low score by American adults on a recent international test and a new call for parents to limit online time for kids.
To help inspire students to write personal narratives that were more authentic and emotional, two Jefferson County teachers, inspired by StoryCorps, had students record their personal narratives on laptops beforehand.