The Trump Administration wants to eliminate the Corporation for National and Community Service, which funds AmeriCorps and SeniorCorps, from the federal budget.
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At Sheridan’s Fort Logan Northgate, half of the students are learning English as a second language; 90 percent qualify for free or reduced-price lunches, and 13 percent have “special education” status.
Diana Wall, who’s being inducted into the Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame, studies microscopic species in the soil, which she says offer clues about biodiversity and global warming.
What Art Therapy Looks Like In Colorado, As Second Lady Karen Pence Shines A National Spotlight On The Profession
CPR News speaks with the head of the Art Therapy Association of Colorado, who practices at a psychiatric hospital.
The preliminary budget proposal is creating new lists of winners and losers. Military spending goes up while money for education goes down.
The schools and districts range from Aurora on the Front Range to tiny Montezuma-Cortez in Southern Colorado.
Despite a high percentage of college grads living in Colorado, public colleges and universities in the state scramble to find ways to stem rising tuition costs and declining enrollments.
Because of the Taxpayer Bill Of Rights and state law, school districts must levy wildly different tax rates.
The STEM School and Academy in Highlands Ranch is experimenting with "STEMified history" taught through the lens of tech and engineering.
The number of veterans who served in World War II is diminishing rapidly, along with their stories of combat and survival.
Transgender students at Colorado schools that receive public funds already have the right to use the bathroom that matches their gender identity.
DPS board members say the resolution is necessary in response to increased deportations nationwide.
Field Elementary was struggling, so officials decided to do something different. They gave the school extra money. It was called the "Field Initiative."
Gardner believes DeVos will "advocate" for public schools and teachers." Bennet, meanwhile, spoke against DeVos on the Senate floor.
The more students living in poverty, the more it costs to educate them. But how well does the state’s funding system recognize this?