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What’s in Colorado’s budget for K-12, early childhood, and higher education?

What’s in Colorado’s budget for K-12, early childhood, and higher education?

For lawmakers the big win for the year will be the long-anticipated end to the so-called budget stabilization factor
A bungled FAFSA rollout threatens students’ college ambitions

A bungled FAFSA rollout threatens students’ college ambitions

As of late March, just over a third of high school seniors had successfully submitted the FAFSA
Frederick High School performs “Mamma Mia”

Frederick High School performs “Mamma Mia”

The play will run for five nights
Colorado Education Association elects current VP Kevin Vick as next president of the teachers union

Colorado Education Association elects current VP Kevin Vick as next president of the teachers union

“I am confident that together, we will continue to champion the rights of educators"
Column: Championships are Won in the Preparation

Column: Championships are Won in the Preparation

The lessons both on and off the field drive our students to excel in sports and beyond.
Colorado needs to strengthen college and career connections for students, report says

Colorado needs to strengthen college and career connections for students, report says

Only about 50% of all students in Colorado go to college
Student aggression against teachers spurs Colorado lawmakers to find solutions

Student aggression against teachers spurs Colorado lawmakers to find solutions

Balancing teacher safety and student needs can be difficult
Column: Full Circle, A Pathway from Student to Teacher

Column: Full Circle, A Pathway from Student to Teacher

The P-TEACH program is one of many career pathways that students have an opportunity to explore and pursue.
4 takeaways from Colorado’s new rules on universal preschool quality

4 takeaways from Colorado’s new rules on universal preschool quality

New rules governing Colorado’s popular universal preschool program could cut class sizes at some preschools
Seclusion in Colorado schools: Parents, school officials split on a bill to ban the practice

Seclusion in Colorado schools: Parents, school officials split on a bill to ban the practice

The most emotional testimony came from mothers who said their children with disabilities had been secluded.