DPS Celebrates Largest Graduating High School Class In HistoryAs students head back to school this month, Denver Public Schools is celebrating its largest graduating high school class in history.
DPS Plan 'Comes To Fruition' As More Teachers Of Color Join The RanksDenver Public Schools is touting their new crop of educators as the most diverse group of hires in recent memory.
Denver Public Schools Welcomes 736 New Teachers It's a sure sign summer vacation is drawing to a close when Denver Public Schools welcomes new teaching staff.
Boasberg On Stepping Down: 'My Heart & Soul Is In This Work'Calling it "the honor of a lifetime," Denver Public Schools Superintendent Tom Boasberg is stepping down after 10 years of leading the state's largest school district.
CBS4 Confirms DPS Supt Boasberg Stepping DownThe Denver Public School District confirmed Tuesday that Superintendent Tom Boasberg will be stepping down from his position.
Controversial Denver Public Schools Consultant Contract CanceledDenver Public Schools says it has parted ways with a former DPS employee who was recently brought back for a $60,000 consulting contract.
Report: DPS Schools Are Segregated As They've Ever BeenThere's concern about a lack of diversity at Denver Public Schools.
DPS Expanding Access To High-Performing SchoolsDenver Public Schools is planning to expand access to high-performing schools to more people who live in the city.
Proposed DPS Budget Comes With Staff Cuts To Special EducationThe Denver Public School District will likely cut as many as 50 positions from its central office in order to accommodate the proposed 2018/2019 budget.
Former East Cheer Coach: 'I Didn’t Do Anything Wrong’Ozell Williams, the East High School cheerleading coach fired over his coaching methods, told CBS4, "What am I hiding from? What am I hiding for? I didn’t do anything wrong."
Critics Question DPS Student Performance RatesThere's skepticism about the latest report on student performance by Denver Public Schools.
East High Parent OK With No Charges In 'Forced Splits' CaseVideo captured over the summer showed eight East High School cheerleaders crying out in agony and repeatedly asking their coach to stop.