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Three-quarters of Denver teachers went out on strike, new data shows....

Three-quarters of Denver classroom teachers were absent on the first day of a three-day strike in February, according to attendance numbers obtained through an...

Guest Post: To improve Denver schools, listen to students, parents, and...

Striking Denver teachers are fighting for a contract that will allow us to afford living in Denver and continue teaching the students we love. Our...

Day 1 of the Denver teachers’ strike: Scenes from the...

More than half of Denver Public Schools teachers stayed off the job Monday, triggering mass student walkouts and chaos in the hallways of some...

Slideshow: Denver Public Schools teachers strike after failed pay negotiations Hundreds...

More than half of the teaching workforce in Denver went out on strike today after negotiations with the school district over base pay and...

Denver district, teachers union make some progress as contract deadline looms,...

Update:  At 5:15 p.m. Friday, Erica Meltzer blogged that Denver Public Schools administrators came back to the bargaining table and offered teachers the opportunity...

Amid heated community debate, Denver extends time for superintendent search

The Denver school board has pushed back the date by which it will name finalists for the superintendent job from October to November. The...

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...

New state law forces Denver to change course on its ‘early...

A change in state law meant to rein in the cost of Colorado high schools that allow students to stay longer to earn college...

What’s in a school lunch? A Denver district wants parents to...

To show parents the days of microwaved chicken nuggets and jiggly fruit cocktail are over, Denver school district officials have produced a how-to cooking...

Second try $20M Denver Schools bill survives kill committee

In a near-overnight partisan flip-flop, the Senate State Affairs Committee voted 3-2 today to pass a second effort at adjusting the amount of money Denver...