The homegrown marijuana prevention program is a far cry from the Nancy Reagan “Just Say No” anti-drug programs of the 1980s and 90s.
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While student test scores overall are average, the achievement gap between poor and affluent students is the third largest nationwide.
Boulder, Colorado-based marketing firm Victors & Spoils was paid around $500,000 to develop the campaign.
Whether an investigation is conducted by school staff, a district investigator or an outside law firm is a case-by-case determination — there is no set policy.
Chinese workers were ran out of town in 1902. Silverton School students created a museum exhibit, play and garden in their memory.
The case involves parents who moved their autistic son to private school after he struggled in his public classroom.
White middle-class families favor the affordable housing found in traditionally minority neighborhoods, but aren't as keen on the schools there.
A school-wide survey showed 57 percent of the middle schoolers at Denver School of Science and Technology Stapleton supported a name change.
Plunkett will bring more than 20 years of newsroom experience to the University of Colorado Boulder.
Wheat Ridge High School's Gifted and Talented Center gives students a haven for learning on their own as well as social and emotional support.
Colorado’s $82 million increase in the 2018 budget will help. But tuition costs are still expected to grow by 3.7 percent at CU and 3 percent at CSU.
There were two internal investigations into allegations of abusive behavior in the dance and vocal programs this school year.
The principal of Rise Up Community School says police drew weapons during a search for a student. The department has its own version of events.
The $2.6 million award includes back pay for the seven female professors and attorneys' fees.
The Native Student Alliance at DU advocates for students who once felt invisible at a university founded by a man who was also the co-architect of the Sand Creek Massacre.