Jeffco Public Schools Offer Both 100% In-Person, 100% Remote Learning OptionsThe school district is offering 100% in-person learning for all grade levels, Pre-K through 12 beginning the week of Aug. 24.
Colorado Universities Working With International Students To Remain Enrolled This FallColorado universities say they are working with international students to give them the option to remain enrolled at these colleges for the fall term by offering some in-person classes on campus.
‘I Just Always Pray, Don’t Forget Us’: New Colorado Law Requires Holocaust EducationAs survivors of the Holocaust get older, Colorado moves to cement their place in history.
Some Denver Public Schools Athletics Back To Practice For First Time Since MarchAfter months of being shut down, the state's largest school district is allowing high school sports practices to resume.
'We Can't Eliminate Risk': Pediatric Infectious Disease Specialist Guides Schools For Students' ReturnAs school districts prepare to reopen for in-person learning this fall, a team with Children’s Hospital Colorado is helping to safely guide them through the process.
Studying Abroad Takes New Form Amid Pandemic RestrictionsWhile it may not be the same experience as physically traveling overseas, program organizers at CU Denver say going abroad online does have some perks, and even after the pandemic is over, some virtual abroad opportunities will likely remain.
Some Parents Struggling After Aurora Community School Charter RevokedSome parents are dismayed at the possibility that their children’s' school may close. Aurora Public School's Board of Education voted to revoke the charter for Aurora Community School.
DPS 2020 Graduates Can Apply For Free Semester At Community College Of DenverEligible 2020 graduates of Denver Public Schools can attend the Community College of Denver for free this fall.
Jeffco Public Schools Superintendent Is A Finalist For Kentucky Education CommissionerThe superintendent of Jeffco Public Schools is a finalist for the Commissioner of Education position in Kentucky. Dr. Jason Glass was named a finalist on Wednesday.
Denver Public Schools Cuts Senior Staff Pay To Keep Impact Minimal For StudentsThe Denver Public School Board had some tough decisions to make regarding budget cuts amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Coalition Aims To Keep Underserved In Sight As Denver Public Schools Makes Budget CutsA $65 million budget shortfall at Denver Public Schools means cuts will have to be made, but what stays, and what goes is something the board members will vote on Monday.
'Just Keep Going': Students Ponder Future After Johnson & Wales University To Close Denver CampusAfter Johnson and Wales University announced its Denver location was going to close at the end of the next academic year, some students say that’s leaving their future even more uncertain.
Denver Public Schools Will Offer Full In-Person Learning This FallStudents will have virtual learning option if they don’t feel comfortable going back.
Underserved Students Want To Make Sure They're Not Forgotten As DPS Plans For Budget CutsThe Denver Public School Board continues to looks at ways to tackle its historic budget shortfall and local advocacy groups want to ensure, beyond the numbers, inequities across DPS communities are a priority.
Johnson & Wales To Close Denver CampusJohnson & Wales University will close its Colorado campus at the end of the next academic year as it pivots away from its image as a hospitality and culinary school to expand its academic offerings.