Colorado's Kids Better Off Now Than 25 Years Ago, But Still In PovertyA new report shows that children in Colorado are better off than they were 25 years ago but many still live below the poverty line.
Report: Colorado Slips In Child Well-BeingAccording to this year's Kids Count Data Book, Colorado ranks 22nd overall for child well-being but fell in another key area.
DPS Changing Discipline For Youngest StudentsDenver Public Schools will all but eliminate suspensions and expulsions for its youngest students.
Report: Colorado Child Poverty Rate Down But Homelessness UpA new report says the number of children living in poverty in Colorado has dropped for the second straight year, falling to the same level as before the recession.
Women's Bean Project Part Of Colorado's War On PovertyWomen's Bean Project, a Denver organization with a national reach, is working to address the issues behind statistics like the latest figures showing Colorado is making progress against child poverty, but that the state's economic recovery isn't reaching everyone.
Colorado Can Cut Diseases By Trimming Childhood Poverty, Group ArguesChildhood poverty and severe stress may cause disease later in life, experts said at a Colorado Children's Campaign luncheon on Tuesday.
Clayton Early Learning Serves Denver’s Less Fortunate Children Local organization Clayton Early Learning helps provide high-quality early childhood education for approximately 600 children from a broad range of socio-economic backgrounds.
‘Kids Count’ Report Brings Positive Signs For ColoradoColorado Gov. John Hickenlooper on Monday welcomed some positive signs out of the annual "Kids Count" report.
Census Figures Show Colorado Child Poverty RisingThe number of Colorado children living in high-poverty areas has risen sharply, surpassing the rate of most other states.
New Colorado Education Group Launches Pro-Reform AdA new education coalition in Colorado has launched a media campaign to build support for school reform and accountability.
Hickenlooper Vetoes Fees On Children's Health Care ProgramThe FBI says bank robberies are on the rise in the Denver metro area partly because street gangs are getting involved in heists.