'Strike Off Table, For Now' After DPS Extends Teacher ContractThe Denver Public School District on Thursday reached an agreement to extend its current ProComp contract with teachers through January 2019.
DPS Teachers Continue Fight For More Pay In Next ContractTeachers from Denver Public Schools are keeping up their fight for more pay in their next contract and say they're willing to go on strike to get it.
Teachers Union Could Call For Strike Vote If Negotiations FailDenver teachers want an increase in pay and are preparing to strike if negotiations don’t go their way.
Parents Talk Solutions To DPS Segregation StudyA newly released study by A+ Schools Colorado shows Denver Public Schools are as segregated by race and class as ever.
Report: DPS Schools Are Segregated As They've Ever BeenThere's concern about a lack of diversity at Denver Public Schools.
Group: Denver Public Schools Could Do Better With IntegrationOne group claims that Denver Public Schools could do better at integration.
'New American Neighbors' Radio Show Focuses On Refugee FamiliesDenver Public Schools is broadcasting a radio show specifically for refugee families who are now calling Colorado home.
Plans For Teacher Housing In Vacant School ScrappedPlans to turn a vacant school into teacher housing for Denver Public Schools have been scrapped.
DPS Expanding Access To High-Performing SchoolsDenver Public Schools is planning to expand access to high-performing schools to more people who live in the city.
DPS Issues Weather Delay For Some Schools MondayDenver Public Schools issued a delayed start for schools that begin at 8:30 a.m.
Proposed DPS Budget Comes With Staff Cuts To Special EducationThe Denver Public School District will likely cut as many as 50 positions from its central office in order to accommodate the proposed 2018/2019 budget.
Report: DPS Prepares For Job Cuts At Central OfficeThe district is reportedly looking to change its budget to help increase funding for the poorest students.