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‘We need the funding, and so do our kids.’ Colorado teachers...

Waving “Yes on Amendment 73” signs, Denver teachers formed red-shirted clusters along Colfax Avenue Friday afternoon. “We’re just trying to get people to support teachers,”...

Tax breaks for the rich and a ‘bargain with the devil’:...

Colorado’s Democratic candidate for governor is the founder of a charter school network, and the Republican candidate is a longtime supporter of charter schools...

What Colorado lawmakers did for and to schools in 2018

The Colorado General Assembly’s 2018 session ended with a down-to-the-wire compromise on pension reform that left some teachers feeling bruised, but Gov. John Hickenlooper...

Colorado teachers plan more walkouts, and Jeffco canceled classes one day...

Teachers from Colorado’s two largest school districts are planning back-to-back walkouts next week to call for more funding for education – and they could...

With school finance act, CO lawmakers try to pass off teacher...

A school finance act that puts more money into K-12 education than Colorado has spent at any point since the Great Recession passed a...

Colorado teachers can claim an unwelcome distinction: most underpaid in the...

Teachers from West Virginia to Oklahoma and Kentucky have staged protests or walked off the job in recent weeks to agitate for better pay...

Here’s how Colorado schools would spend an extra $100 million (or...

Update: By Friday, the JBC had set aside $150 million to increase funding to schools. Legislators on the Joint Budget Committee unanimously decided last week...

Try, try again: Latest attempt at Colorado school funding measure would...

Colorado voters could see a $1.6 billion tax increase for education on their November ballots. Backers of a major school funding measure have been cleared...

Colorado’s superintendents want (a lot) more money for schools and a...

Colorado’s superintendents want to change how the state distributes money to school districts – but only if voters are willing to approve a $1.7 billion...

House approves historic public education funding; rural broadband heads to Senate

Notes from the 92nd day of the 2014 legislative session.