The stories of civil rights leaders are being spread by The Veterans of Hope Project, pivotal civil rights leader's daughter says.
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Dom Testa wonders if America will ever wake up to realize the Steve Urkels of the world are the real cool kids.
About 400 faculty and staff at the University of Colorado Denver's campuses are on a wait list to receive a form of modified combat training that could help them save a life in the event of a shooting.
Responding to demand from the industry, Colorado schools are training the beer leaders of the future. Nationwide about 35 schools are moving the same direction.
Plaintiffs say the “negative factor” is unconstitutional and want the courts to declare that Amendment 23 requires increasing education funding, not slashing it.
Even though they gathered the required number of signatures to get a measure that would ban concealed weapons from college campuses, supporters are withdrawing it, citing the political environment.
As tuition rates grow and student loan debt passes $1 trillion, a new film showing in Denver looks at whether college is worth it, and examines why this American institution is at the breaking point.
Daniel Majok Gai works for a Denver-based nonprofit that builds schools in South Sudan. People fled the new country during the civil war that broke out last year, and are only beginning to return now.
A group of Columbine High School students collaborate with the Jefferson County Commission to figure out how to get more teenagers outside.
Specialized schools let students earn college credit in high school while connecting them to college training and high-demand jobs.
Among the items on the agenda, the new superintendant's salary, the district budget, and decertifying the teachers union.
Attorneys say many law students lack important professional skills, including the ability to think independently. The University of Denver has launched a nationwide effort to fix the problems.
English-language learners in Denver schools are outpacing the rest of the state on tests that measure how well they know the language.
Changes to how students qualify for the International Baccalaureate program at Denver's George Washington High School rile parents; Plans to merge ninth grades at Manual and East are scrutinized.