House Education Committee
Colorado lawmakers have advanced legislation to prohibit the use of Native American mascots at schools unless tribes give permission.
A dispute over new teacher tenure rules intensified Monday, when a bill to change the regulations was axed and both sides threw up their hands in frustration over the legislative effort to resolve their differences.
Colorado lawmakers started work Monday on what may be the Legislature’s trickiest job of the year: Crafting an education overhaul without $1 billion a year in new taxes.
Bullying through text messages or social media platforms would be a new crime in Colorado under a bill that advanced unanimously out of a House committee Monday.
Bullying through text messages or social media platforms would be a new crime in Colorado under a bill that advanced unanimously out of a House committee.
Immigrant students will pay significantly less in tuition at Colorado colleges under legislation signed by Gov. John Hickenlooper on Monday.
An ambitious overhaul to how Colorado handles its biggest-ticket budget priority – K-12 education – advanced another step in the state Legislature Monday.
Public college campuses in Colorado would be off-limits for concealed weapons under a bill that passed its first legislative test Wednesday.
Gun-rights activists and college students thronged the Capitol Wednesday to see lawmakers debate concealed weapons on campuses.
Democrats rejected a Republican lawmaker’s idea Monday urging schools and colleges to create a friendly environment to discuss what he considers controversial science issues.