Jefferson County School District
Opponents to the school board in Jefferson County are vowing to continue demonstrating against the board’s majority after it refused to back off plans to review high school history classes for what some see as anti-American content.
After two weeks of teacher sickouts and student protests, Thursday’s Jefferson County School Board meeting is expected to be overflowing with parents, teachers and students who have concerns about the future of the school district.
A fight in Colorado over how United States’ history is taught has pitted the new conservative majority on a suburban Denver school board against students and teachers who accuse the board of censorship.
DENVER (AP) – The protests over a Colorado school district’s proposal to promote patriotism and de-emphasize civil disobedience in American history classes have found their way into the state’s marquee midterm election races, injecting a […]
More schools shut down Monday after the majority of teachers at two high schools called in sick. Now the district’s superintendent says some staff members should be prepared to suffer the consequences if the “sick outs” continue.
Younger students are joining the protests over a controversial proposal aimed at promoting patriotism in Advanced Placement history classes.
There is no school on Monday for students at Golden High School and Jefferson High School in Edgewater.
A CBS4 Investigation has found that calling in sick on Fridays is more common for teachers in Jefferson County than on any other day of the week.
The organization that administers high school Advanced Placement courses says it supports suburban Denver students who have been protesting a proposal aimed at promoting patriotism in AP history courses.
In the largest of a series of ongoing student protests, about 700 young people gathered in suburban Denver to rally in opposition to a new set of high school history standards proposed by a conservative-led school board.