So far this year, enrollments in Colorado teacher prep schools are down 23 percent from five years ago.
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Activists want to recall three conservative school board members in Jefferson County. The recall election could have implications beyond Colorado.
The legal tussle centered on Amendment 23, a requirement to increase per-pupil spending each year.
- The Obama administration unveiled its long-awaited College Scorecard on Saturday. It aims to help prospective students decide what school best fits their needs.Read More
Teachers, students and staff say a year-long effort has placed the school on a strong path forward.
The STEM School and Academy in Highlands Ranch prides itself on it's blend of science and creativity.
Colorado Matters resident poet David Rothman's new work, "Back to School," asks why school exists at all.
TABOR imposes complicated limits on residential property taxes, which results in some property-rich school districts having very low tax levies.
Sixty-three public schools have fallen into the "red zone," and are deemed "turnaround" schools, according to the Colorado Department of Education.
- Two new books, The Gift of Failure and How To Raise An Adult, argue that too many children are being given too much.Read More
Dozens of parents of students at Denver’s Cheltenham Elementary are demanding the removal of the principal for alleged racist behavior.
The district's oldest high school will undergo big changes next year if it doesn't improve its low test scores and graduation rates.
Student-athletes in a few sports help make millions of dollars for schools. Now some will get a very small piece of the pie, including at CU Boulder.