Prosecutors Praise Courage Of Victims In Workplace ‘Upskirting’ CaseA Denver jury found a former Colorado Department of Education employee guilty of sexual assault and taking pictures up the skirts of his female co-workers.
Sexual Assault Trial For Former State Employee BeginsOpening statements began Wednesday for the trial against Thanh Ta.
Colorado's High School Graduation Rates Hit High NoteThe statewide high school graduation rate hit its highest level since 2010, according to the Colorado Department of Education.
State Worker Jailed, Charged With ‘Upskirting’ Female Co-workersA budget analyst with the Colorado Department of Education has been criminally charged with 42 criminal counts, including sexual assault and invading the privacy of female colleagues for sexual gratification, by repeatedly taking pictures up their skirts with his iPhone.
Not Enough Teachers To Go Around In ColoradoWith Colorado's population boom has come an educator collapse. There are more students in classrooms across the state, but not enough teachers.
CDE Missing Background Checks For Hundreds Of TeachersThe Colorado Department of Education has contacted roughly 1,900 veteran teachers and asked them to resubmit their fingerprints. A 2015 federal audit found thousands of teacher files were missing the mandated fingerprints and background checks.
Katy Anthes Appointed As Colorado's Education CommissionerColorado's interim education commissioner, Katy Anthes, has been appointed to serve in the role on a permanent basis.
Colorado Lawmakers: Arizona Anti-Pot Ads Are InaccurateThree Colorado state legislators on Monday called on opponents of the Arizona measure to legalize recreational pot to stop airing what they say are misleading and inaccurate ads.
State Settles With Families Of Children Assaulted At Colorado School For The Deaf And BlindThe State of Colorado has agreed to pay $1.4 million compensation for two students who reported they were sexually assaulted by another student at the Colorado School for the Deaf and Blind.
Colorado Schools Will Continue With Free ACT College Entrance Exams Following BacklashFollowing backlash from parents and students, the Colorado Department of Education board announced Monday it will to continue to administer the ACT college entrance exam to high school juniors for free this year.
Colorado Approves Letting State Keep Pot TaxesColorado voters have agreed to allow the state to keep $66 million worth of marijuana taxes despite an accounting error that could have forced the government to refund the money to taxpayers and pot growers.
Colorado Asks Voters To Reshuffle Spending Of New Pot TaxesThe only statewide ballot question in Colorado next week seems like a no-brainer: Should the state keep $66 million in marijuana taxes it has already collected to spend on schools and drug-abuse prevention?