Educators from across the country banded together to refurbish two Denver schools on Monday.
Gov. John Hickenlooper signed two bills into law on Tuesday aimed at children’s welfare.
Some 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.
Children who come with the ability to interact with computer screens and basic keyboard knowledge find it much easier to learn in today’s classrooms.
State attorneys say that school funding should be up to the Legislature, not the courts, in a filing Wednesday defending the state against a lawsuit over how it funds education that’s pending in the Colorado Supreme Court.
More letters will be mailed to medical marijuana dispensaries located near schools.
After masterfully handling redistricting, reapportionment and other local political issues in late 2011, state Democrats may have finally made a misstep on an issue that may very well come back to haunt them, CBSDenver.com blogger Dominic Dezzutti writes.
The nation’s only ballot measure this fall that proposes a state tax increase pits some defenders of Colorado’s underfunded schools against those who warn it will cost jobs.
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock launched the Denver Education Compact which will bring together leaders from the private and public sectors to focus on education outcomes from preschool to higher education.
Colorado schools are getting their first report cards under new performance standards approved by lawmakers last year.