CSU-Pueblo Student Sues After Suspension Over ‘Consensual Sex’Grant Neal, a student-athlete at Colorado State University-Pueblo, filed a federal lawsuit against the college and the federal government after he was indefinitely suspended for what he describes as a consensual sexual act with his girlfriend.
Feds Send Warning To Colorado Lawmakers Regarding Standardized TestingColorado lawmakers got a warning from the federal government about a bill that would keep Colorado parents, teachers and schools from being penalized for opting children out of standardized testing.
CU Chancellor To Address Social Issues In SpeechUniversity of Colorado chancellor Phil DiStefano is planning to address social issues in his state of the campus speech on Tuesday.
Denver Public Schools Gets More Money For STEM ProgramsDenver Public Schools has almost 10 million more dollars for its STEM program in eight high schools.
CSU Sports Out Of Compliance With Title IXThe U.S. Department of Education says Colorado State University did not meet gender-equity requirements because it didn't offer enough athletic scholarships for women.
Rate Of Tuition Increases Falls, But News Is Not All RosyThere’s good news for students and their families as for the second academic year in a row the rate of tuition increases at U.S. colleges and universities has fallen – but the news isn’t all rosy.
Colorado Getting More Childhood Education FundingColorado is getting an additional $15 million in supplemental funding for early childhood education from the federal government.
Colorado's Lowest-Rated Schools To Benefit From $5M GrantColorado is getting more than $5 million to improve its lowest-rated schools.
'Z' Place Opens For Children In Northeast DenverThe youngest residents of northeast Denver have a new place to learn and grow.
St. Vrain Valley Schools Awarded Huge 'Race To The Top' GrantA school district in Boulder County is enjoying a windfall in the latest round of Race to the Top grants from the federal government.
Colorado Applies For 3rd Round Of Race To The TopColorado is once again trying to win federal money for school reforms.
Colorado To Seek Waiver Of No Child Left BehindColorado will join other states seeking a waiver from parts of the highly criticized federal No Child Left Behind law, the Colorado Board of Education decided Wednesday.