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Bilingual students miss out on advanced classes and gifted education. This teacher fights for change.

Bilingual students miss out on advanced classes and gifted education. This teacher fights for change.

“The greatest problem in public schools is a lack of responsiveness to the brilliance and incredible talent evident in each and every child"
Can a high school climate literacy seal help connect students to green jobs?

Can a high school climate literacy seal help connect students to green jobs?

Senate Bill 14 would allow Colorado districts to provide a seal of climate literacy when awarding a high school diploma
COVID-era laptops made a dent in the digital divide. Now the real work begins.

COVID-era laptops made a dent in the digital divide. Now the real work begins.

Surveys suggest more than 90% of secondary students and more than 80% of elementary students have access to a personal laptop or tablet
Primero Youth Leadership Summit flashes a bright horizon

Primero Youth Leadership Summit flashes a bright horizon

The Innovation Center transformed into a dynamic space where the spirit of celebration
A glitch blocks thousands of immigrant families from a new, simpler FAFSA. The fix is TBD.

A glitch blocks thousands of immigrant families from a new, simpler FAFSA. The fix is TBD.

The new Free Application for Federal Student Aid that debuted last month was supposed to be easier for students and families to complete.
Will Colorado lawmakers save a team that helps Spanish-speaking child care providers get licensed?

Will Colorado lawmakers save a team that helps Spanish-speaking child care providers get licensed?

A bill introduced in the Colorado legislature this session is looking to keep and expand the department’s bilingual support team.
Mead High School secures Special Olympics National Banner

Mead High School secures Special Olympics National Banner

Mead High School joins the ranks of 205 schools nationwide
Colorado bill to make free youth therapy permanent moves forward

Colorado bill to make free youth therapy permanent moves forward

A pandemic-era program that provides free therapy sessions to Colorado children and teens
‘Miss, I have anxiety’: Denver school mental health providers fighting to save pandemic-era program

‘Miss, I have anxiety’: Denver school mental health providers fighting to save pandemic-era program

The pilot program is funded with temporary federal pandemic relief dollars known as ESSER.
Colorado universities and colleges want $161.4 million more. Can they also make cuts to become more efficient?

Colorado universities and colleges want $161.4 million more. Can they also make cuts to become more efficient?

5 college and university leaders asked for quadruple the increase: $130.8 million more for their operations next year