After 10 hours of negotiations Friday, talks between the teachers union and the city’s school district collapsed over pay and compensation.
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More minority students are graduating within four years than ever before, but the rate is still 10 points lower than that of white students.
William Kohut will retire from the renowned public performing arts school after two district investigations into allegations of abuse. Kohut has led the school since 2009.
Denver Public Schools teachers and district leaders have been at the negotiation table for more than a year.
Cordova is currently the deputy superintendent to Tom Boasberg, who announced his resignation in July.
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A roundtable hosted by Littleton Public Schools and a this week’s roundtable and a symposium at the University of Northern Colorado shed light on the strides schools have made in helping students feel safer — and the hard work ahead.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos proposed changes to Title IX that would affect how colleges handle sexual misconduct complaints.
Adams 14 was struggling so much and for so long that an outside manager will take over. Students and teachers have more questions than answers about their futures.
Ecotech Institute is one of dozens of colleges closing nationwide. Its parent company Education Corporation of America is one of the nation's largest for-profit college chains.
The current deputy superintendent is the last candidate standing in the district's search for Tom Boasberg's successor.
Survey from CU Denver shows many Latino college students believe white people are innately smarter and that Latinos are more likely to be criminals.
Meet Husanara Makbulhussin, a Rohingya refugee from Burma who now calls Aurora, Colorado home.
In Colorado, the Institute for College Access & Success said grads have an average student debt load of $26,530.
The state Board of Education ordered Thursday the Commerce City district would turn over supervision to an eternal manager.
For seven years, the district north of Denver has been on the state’s state watch list after failing to improve student performance. A key vote happens Thursday on its future.