The Colorado Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that Colorado’s school funding system is constitutional, siding with the state in a landmark lawsuit filed by parents and school districts challenging the way schools are funded.
Immigrant students will pay significantly less in tuition at Colorado colleges under legislation signed by Gov. John Hickenlooper on Monday.
Gov. John Hickenlooper signed next year’s budget for Colorado on Monday, a spending plan that includes more funding for public schools, pay raises for state workers, and money to expand mental health services.
The most ambitious change in a generation to how Colorado finances K-12 education is closer to approval. The overhaul won final approval in the House 37-28 Monday. It has already been approved by the Senate.
In the fourth grade, Jered Minter — the son of an elementary school principal and an elementary school art teacher — began to wonder why schools were designed the way they were.
A new $1.5 million grant is helping students injured in wars get reacclimated to college life.
A sweeping overhaul to how Colorado funds schools has won final approval in the state Senate on a party-line vote.
A mammoth bill to overhaul Colorado’s complicated school-finance formula won initial approval in the state Senate Monday, despite worries the changes won’t mean a thing if voters don’t approve more than $1 billion in new taxes this fall.
Illegal immigrants in Colorado are closer to getting in-state tuition rates, as long as they seek citizenship.
Denver Public Schools says it is making progress in getting more high school students to graduate in four years.