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As Colorado invests more in preschool, a gold-standard study shows benefits...

A new study shows large literacy gains and other benefits for full-day preschoolers as they enter kindergarten compared with their half-day peers — timely findings...

Many refugee students register for school using the wrong birthdate. Advocates...

Some Aurora students are aging out of local schools — often because of an incorrect birthdate on their immigration documents. “I had several students who...

To close or evolve? As teen birth rates drop, school programs...

There was just one student in the Boulder Valley School District’s teen parent program last year. She graduated in May, and and the district...

To close persistent disparities in discipline, some Aurora teachers are confronting...

Students in Aurora schools are less likely to be expelled or suspended than they were five years ago, but despite years of work to...

Denver students taking longer to graduate, even as other districts report...

Colorado’s annual release of graduation data showed some metro area school districts making gains while others, like Denver’s district, posting decreases in on-time rates. Statewide,...

First Person: I’m a black male teen in Aurora, and I...

Have you ever heard of the achievement gap? Every column, blog or article that I’ve read on this topic has never come from a...

Aurora school board member criticized for comments about immigrants

Facing criticism for her recent comments about immigrants, an Aurora school board member Tuesday offered a lengthy, emotional response that emphasized the importance of...

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...

Parents mobilize to save Aurora Public Schools

Only five out of ten students will graduate in the Aurora Public Schools. Of those, two will go on to college; one will need to take remedial...