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Colorado 2018 election: Where Jared Polis and Walker Stapleton stand on...

What do the candidates for governor of Colorado think about school funding and school choice? How would they address the achievement gap? And what...

Large achievement gaps in Denver highlighted by new national test data

Compared to other large, urban school districts, Denver has among the biggest achievement gaps in the country between white and Hispanic students in reading...

Record number of Denver schools earn top ratings on latest district...

More Denver schools this year earned the top two ratings on the district’s five-color scale than ever before, a spike officials say reflects the...

Denver, Boulder schools home to the state’s largest achievement gaps based...

Since Colorado introduced new, more challenging state math and English tests in 2015, schools and families have seen a steady — and often slow...

Colorado wants to help these 230 schools improve learning. Here’s the...

More than 200 Colorado schools, most with vast and stubborn achievement gaps, could be eligible under new federal guidelines for a slice of $11...

Denver Public Schools posts record gains on latest state tests

Denver students made more academic progress on state English and math tests last year than ever before, and the overall percentage of third- through...

State board approves Aurora school redesigns, but Aurora Central isn’t off...

Originally posted on Chalkbeat by Nicholas Garcia on May 11, 2016 The State Board of Education on Wednesday approved dramatic overhauls for five Aurora...

Denver and Aurora achievement gaps among nation’s widest, index finds

Originally posted on Chalkbeat by Eric Gorski on March 22, 2016 Denver and Aurora public schools claim some of the widest income-based achievement gaps...

Best Practices for Closing Achievement Gap Outlined in New Study

An analysis of eight Colorado schools that are successfully closing the achievement gap between poor and minority students and their more affluent peers could...