Teachers In Colorado Strike For First Time In 20 YearsThe teachers in Pueblo School District 60 hit the picket lines on Monday after rejecting the district's latest pay increase.
Teachers In Pueblo Go On Strike Over PayTeachers in Pueblo went on strike Monday, shutting down schools in a dispute over how much they should be paid for the school year that's nearly over. The strike comes as frustrated teachers in several states have won pay increases.
District Cancels Classes As Teachers Rally For FundingStudents at Englewood schools will have a long weekend.
'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.
Colorado High Court Rebuffs School Funding ChallengeA divided Colorado Supreme Court rebuffed a legal challenge Monday to how the state funds public schools.
Lawsuit Targets Colorado School FundingA group of Colorado school districts are suing the state over a funding procedure they say violates the constitution.
Colorado School Funding Signed Into LawTwo Colorado education bills aimed at restoring school budgets hurt by years of budget cuts have been signed into law.
Colorado Budget Finalized, Heads To HickenlooperLawmakers approved a $23 billion budget for Colorado next year, sending to the governor a spending plan that increases money for public schools, colleges, and funds an aerial firefighting fleet.
School Funding Bills Clear Colorado HouseA proposal to shore up public school coffers won final approval in the Colorado House Thursday.
School Funding Bills Clear Colorado HouseA proposal to shore up public school coffers won final approval in the Colorado House Thursday.
School Budget Proposal Clears Hurdle In ColoradoA $500 million package to start refilling Colorado school budgets decimated during the last recession cleared a major hurdle Wednesday in the state Legislature.
School-Funding Changes Clear First Colorado HurdleTwo education bills that are among the biggest-ticket items Colorado lawmakers will consider all year cleared their first hurdle Wednesday.