With increasing pressure from the White House and victims, some schools are turning to independent investigators with expertise in sexual violence.
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The federal government is investigating four Colorado universities for Title IX violations but CU Boulder says there's more to the story. A Colorado attorney representing victims at several schools agrees.
Astronomer Doug Duncan talks about microscopic creatures that can survive in space, the age of the earth and how we really are star dust.
Frank DeAngelis, who led Colorado's Columbine High School through the deadly school shootings in 1999, is retiring in June.
The number of Colorado’s third-graders reading at or above grade level dropped slightly from last year, but one school and one district in particularly pulled away from the pack.
Google picked Ryan Shea's Doodle as the best in Colorado. Now he's competing to have it run on the Google homepage. And if he wins, he gets $30,000.
The state leads the way when it comes to figuring out how to get students who are behind when they enter college into a cap and gown.
Ryan Shea, a seventh-grader from Creighton Middle School, is the state winner in the Doodle 4 Google contest, which is open to K-12 students across the nation.
An internationally renowned scholar worries the new Common Core standards, adapted in Colorado and elsewhere, and testing will lead to the nation’s downfall.
Two Ph.D. students at Colorado State University are patenting a way to make living greeting cards that can reveal new messages each day.
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.
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.