Students say the new tests don't reflect what they’ve learned in school
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The ruling keeps alive a lawsuit against the state's reduction of education funding.
An industry group calls an attempt to regulate the career college industry "unlawful, arbitrary and irrational."
Security personnel escorted about a dozen Jefferson County students out of a school board meeting last night.
A Colorado think tank says schools having success at closing the “opportunity gap” should be recognized.
A University of Denver committee investigates the role of the school's founder, Gov. John Evans, in the Sand Creek Massacre.
Public school superintendents across Colorado say the amount of time spent testing is cutting into teaching time in the classroom.
Education officials say the results can’t be compared to old tests.
The American Humanist Association charges that the district actively engaged in an evangelical Christian program.
Nearly 65 percent of students who had preschool scored proficient or better on reading tests, compared to 56 percent of kids who did not go to preschool.
The contemplative university has been a crossroads of eastern philosophy and western academics for the last 40 years.
A day after the Jefferson County School Board approved a committee to review curriculum, hundreds turn out to protest against the idea.
Hundreds packed a Jefferson County School Board meeting Thursday night. The board decided to create a curriculum review committee with its first goal to examine Advanced Placement U.S. history.
The new A.P U.S. History framework is not about "having kids regurgitate a little about everything" anymore, a Jefferson County teacher says.
“I’d just like it to be understood,” University of Colorado history professor Fred Anderson says of efforts to create a new U.S. history program.