Oklahoma Teacher: 'I'd be on food stamps' Without Second JobSecond jobs have become a necessity for many teachers in Oklahoma, where educators are some of the lowest paid in the nation.
Kentucky, Oklahoma Teachers Walk Out, Rally At State Capitols Demanding Money For SchoolsTens of thousands of Kentucky and Oklahoma teachers ditched classrooms Monday to rally at their state capitals, demanding more education funding for students.
Contentious Education Bill Has Republican & Democrat SponsorsThere's a push to level the playing field for charter schools in Colorado when it comes to funding.
As Colorado's New Legislative Session Begins, Many Old Issues RemainThe 2017 legislative session starts Wednesday at the state Capitol and this year's Legislature includes a record number of African-American lawmakers and the state's first Latina speaker of the house.
Colorado Nears Agreement On Replenishing SchoolsA Colorado Democrat literally sang "Kumbaya" as the Senate agreed to a long-debated plan to start restoring K-12 budgets hurt by years of budget cuts.
3 Takeaways From Election 2013The 2013 election provided a mixed bag of results from throughout the state and three big takeaways as we look toward 2014, CBSDenver.com Blogger Dominic Dezzutti writes.
Lobato Loss Will Be Better For K-12 FundingSome education advocates may see the Lobato State Supreme Court ruling as a loss. But time may prove that losing in the Supreme Court may have been the best thing for education funding in Colorado.
Colorado's Highest Court Hears School Funding LawsuitA landmark case on the education system in Colorado is being heard by the state supreme court. It involves a lawsuit in which a lower court found the system is severely underfunded.
Colorado Education Advocates Oppose Funding AppealEducation advocates are calling on Gov. John Hickenlooper to rethink his decision to appeal a court ruling against the state's school funding system.
Sen. Rollie Heath Wants Tax Hikes To Education FundingSen. Rollie Heath wants to ask voters to raise Colorado's income and sales tax rates, saying the governor's proposal to further slash education funding by $332 million next year was "the straw that broke the camel's back."
Hickenlooper’s 1st Game of ChickenIt appears that the first game of chicken Gov. John Hickenlooper has gotten himself embroiled in is with his own political party, CBSDenver.com blogger Dominic Dezzutti writes.