Residency Questions Follow State Board Of Education MemberA CBS4 Investigation has uncovered issues with the residency of the Colorado Board of Education’s newest member, Deb Scheffel. One election expert calls it a “serious matter” after Scheffel listed a vacant property as her address.
Charter School Wants To Grow & Relocate In New Building Near Pot ShopThe growth of an Aurora charter school serving impoverished children has come to a halt due to its proposed relocation near a pot shop.
Under-Performing Schools Must Improve Test ScoresTwo under-performing school districts will be partnered with other organizations in an effort to boost test scores.
Colorado Board Of Education Adopts New Beverage RulesThe Colorado Board of Education has decided to let school districts decide what limits they want to place on the sale of some beverages at high schools during school hours.
Colorado Could Pop Diet Soda Back Into High SchoolsDiet soda could make a comeback in Colorado public high schools. On Wednesday, the Colorado Board of Education debated bringing the beverage back.
Colorado Youth Surveys On Drugs, Sex Under ScrutinyColorado has been asking middle and high school students about their sex lives and drug use for nearly a quarter of a century in anonymous public health surveys.
TCAP Test Results Similar To CSAPThe first results of Colorado's new TCAP tests are in and while the test is different than the CSAP, the results are about the same.
Colorado Teacher Tenure Rules Poised For Quick ApprovalNew teacher tenure rules proposed for Colorado have easily cleared their first review by state lawmakers who asked for them.
Colorado's Teacher Tenure Rules Go To Lawmakers EarlyA new statewide teacher rating system in Colorado could be among the first measures awaiting state lawmakers Wednesday.
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.
Bill Would Give Parents The Power To Close SchoolsA bill up for debate at the state Capitol would give parents the ability to close a school with a simple petition. Only the school board could stop the process and only for limited reasons.