DPS: Students Continue To Improve On Assessment TestsDenver Public Schools says students continue to improve on the statewide assessment tests.
CBS4 Investigation Finds Disparities In Teacher EvaluationsWhere a teacher works plays a significant role in how they are evaluated, according to a CBS4 data analysis.
New School Named After Education PioneerApplause rang out as Denver Public Schools Superintendent Tom Boasberg officially opened the Regis F. Groff campus in northeast Denver.
DPS Superintendent Welcomes 900 New Educators To DistrictBack-to-school season will be here in just a couple weeks and on Monday the Denver Public Schools superintendent welcomed about 900 new educators to the district.
Denver Public Schools Names Interim Superintendent While Boasberg Takes LeaveDenver Public Schools has named an interim superintendent while current superintendent, Thomas Boasberg, takes a six-month leave beginning in January 2016.
1 Year After Student Walkouts In Denver, Students & Police Now Working TogetherStudents from Denver public high schools met with community leaders on Monday to talk about race relations.
Denver Public Schools Superintendent Taking 6 Months LeaveThe superintendent of Denver Public Schools will be taking a six month leave beginning in January 2016. The leave will be unpaid.
Colorado Appeals Court Revives Teacher Tenure LawsuitThe Colorado Court of Appeals revived a teacher union lawsuit challenging an important part of Colorado's overhauled tenure law Thursday, saying teachers have a right to a hearing before being placed on unpaid leave.
Back To School: DPS Is Fastest Growing Big City District In The CountryIt's back to school for students at Denver Public Schools and CBS4's Rahel Solomon visited Bryant-Webster Dual Language School Monday morning to see what the morning was like.
Principal Resigns Position At Cheltenham Elementary SchoolThe principal at Cheltenham Elementary School has resigned her position after she was accused of forcing misbehaving children to eat on the floor and allegedly made racist remarks.
Colorado Education Board Members Hear Testing ComplaintsA Colorado State Board of Education member says more than 100 parents have told him of attempts to pressure them into allowing their children to take standardized tests, prompting the board to issue a statement Monday to rein in districts.
Denver Students Celebrate 'Read Across America Day'Denver celebrated Read Across America Day in a big way on Monday.