“There is not a parent in this state that doesn’t want to make sure we’re doing everything possible to make their kid safe,” Hickenlooper said.
Fewer Colorado students are being expelled in the wake of statewide reforms, according to a new study.
Opponents of standardized tests for schoolchildren have a fresh weapon this year in Colorado — the high price tag of exams.
A plan aimed at reducing next year’s Colorado school cuts by $90 million advanced Thursday.
If your child’s public school is giving away ice cream on Friday, dishing up pizza or offering up a special event, there’s a good reason. Oct. 1st is “Count Day” for Colorado public schools, the day schools count their students and it’s determined how much money school districts get.