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.
Heritage College Refund Checks To Students BounceWith the sudden closure of Heritage College at 47th and Harlan and around the country earlier this month, it did more than leave students and staff out in the cold.
Heritage College Showed Signs Of Financial Trouble Before ShutdownThe sudden closure of Heritage College at 47th and Harlan and around the country blindsided not only students, but faculty and staff.
Heritage College Closes Abruptly: 'Where Is That Money At?'Students enrolled in Heritage College gathered for a community meeting on Wednesday night, one day after the for-profit college abruptly closed its doors.
Angry Students Gather Outside Closed Doors At Heritage CollegeStudents enrolled in Heritage College gathered outside the doors of the now-closed campus on Wednesday.
Hickenlooper Appoints Interim Higher Education DirectorDiane Duffy, the chief operating officer at the Colorado Department of Higher Education, has become the department's interim executive director.
Colorado Governor To Announce New Lieutenant PickColorado's governor is announcing his new choice for lieutenant governor.
Lt. Gov. Garcia Leaving Governor's OfficeColorado's lieutenant governor announced Tuesday he is leaving his post to run a higher education commission in the West.
Suthers: Metro State's New Illegal Immigrant Tuition Rate UnlawfulColorado Attorney General John Suthers says the Metropolitan State College of Denver does not have legal authority to create a discounted tuition category for illegal immigrants.
Colorado Suspends Marijuana Training SchoolColorado's only university dedicated to medical marijuana has closed after the state suddenly suspended its license.
Colorado To Get $1 Million For College ReformColorado is getting a $1 million grant for college reform to help students complete college.
Colorado Study Looks At Students' College ReadinessA new study suggests Colorado students who need remedial education when they enter a Colorado college can be identified from achievement test results as early as sixth grade.