"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?
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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.
The method is called culturally-responsive teaching and is comprised of four elements: Building relationships, promoting resilience and making lessons rigorous and relevant.
The report highlights what some female professors say is a common problem in philosophy departments at universities across the country.
While no one thinks teachers are knowingly treating minority students differently, researchers are finding more and more evidence that subtle differences add up.
This series is another installment in our ongoing exploration of the achievement gap between students of color and their peers.
Richard Krugman is the longest-serving medical school dean in the country.
The report cites 15 complaints of sexual harrassment in the Philosophy Dept since 2007
Alternatives to dissection, like clay models, are growing in popularity in high school and college anatomy classes.
Seven years after Denver Public Schools dramatically closed the school and promised to remake it into a premier high school, the campus is failing again.
Colorado’s public schools have 2,000 more English-language learners compared to last year but districts are not getting money for nearly three-quarters of those students.
Gov. John Hickenlooper's proposal for a $100-million increase for public colleges and universities is good news for small institutions.