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.