An Education Week investigation found that on any given day only one in four students at GOAL Academy used the school's learning software.
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Havern School, which celebrates its 50th anniversary this year, was founded by nuns who studied interventions for kids with academic challenges.
Nic Garcia of Chalkbeat Colorado says while Trump's nominee to head the U.S. Department of Education supports school vouchers, actually bringing them to Colorado would be an uphill climb.
Denver Pubic Schools worked with a New York architect to design a space it hopes will support 21st century learning.
An adjunct professor at the Community College of Aurora claims he was fired this fall because he criticized new curriculum guidelines.
Simply by making an annotation, or highlighting something they’ve read, the student introduces a collection point that the smart textbook software could work with.
Many school districts don’t know how they’ll balance teaching and non-teaching payroll obligations in this new bottom-line reality.
There's a new twist in a legal battle the stretches back to 2011 over using taxpayer dollars to fund private education.
Teachers around Colorado have been fielding lots of questions from students about what president-elect Donald Trump will mean for their future.
These young and exuberant kids told CU Boulder students that voting is "a privilege, not a chore."
Unlike other seed laboratories, which search for a more productive food web, CSU's lab has another purpose: To study how U.S. wild plant species adapt to climate change.
The Bear Truth newspaper endorsed Hillary Clinton for president. Student journalists were deluged with angry comments from some residents in the Republican-leaning community.
A record-setting number of school measures are on the ballot asking local voters for a total of more than $4.4 billion dollars.