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Telling the stories of the more than 1,200 kids killed by...

A year ago today, a former Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School student in Parkland, Fla., entered the school and gunned down 14 students and...

From sit-ins to social media: How student activists are backing Denver...

At Denver’s East High School, teens made a two-minute video that opens with a sober-voiced male student asking pointed questions of Denver Public Schools...

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...

‘Existing in a world of violence since we were born:’ Denver...

Sixteen-year-old Emma Friday walked out because she’s “sick of the violence.” Fiona Harris, 15, walked out because, she said, “everyone deserves an education. The fact...

DPS is mum about bigoted posts by East High students. Watchdogs...

A series of racially charged social media postings by students at one of Denver’s most racially diverse high schools is triggering allegations by a...

Student’s ‘joke gone awry’ leads to felony charges, racist slurs

The day after the San Bernardino shooting, SWAT teams stormed Denver's East High School after rumors spread about a mass shooting. A senior, Elhadji...

East High School students witness state Supreme Court

Last Thursday, East High School junior McCoy Cantwell asked state Supreme Court justices and attorneys whether Superman was an identity thief. In a 1966 comic,...

College Board has rewritten U.S. history – again

For the second time in two years, the College Board has re-written history. Debates over the curriculum erupted fall of 2014 over changes the company, which is...

VIDEO: Hancock releases pointed TV spot–calling out DPS for failed schools

“Every morning, we drive 18 miles across town to East High School, because our neighborhood school is one of the many across Denver that are failing,” begins Denver Mayoral candidate Michael Hancock's new television ad.