The vice president has championed more funding for high-poverty schools, Head Start, and school desegregation efforts. Those positions will likely face political headwinds if she wins.

The program is a rare example of a pandemic-era program that Congress has made permanent. But delays in many states have left families scrambling.

The pilot program will expand from six to eight school districts this school year.

Jeffco officials estimate the district has enrolled more than 600 new immigrant students, many from Venezuela and Colombia.

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Other classroom factors, including class size and teacher pay, did not correlate with third grade reading scores, the study found.

Among the grant recipients are 21 Colorado school districts, seven charter schools, and one youth residential treatment center.

Lower FAFSA completion rates nationwide have sparked fears fewer students will show up in the fall to colleges and universities.

Among the plaintiffs are six school districts: Cherry Creek, Harrison, Mapleton, Platte Valley, Westminster, and the Brighton-based 27J..

A federal judge had rejected most of the Catholic preschools’ claims in a June ruling.

But another troubling trend remains: The percentage of K-3 students reading significantly below grade level jumped up and has stayed up.

The state is looking at how the change in scores will impact school ratings.

The program will extend free college options to more middle income students.

The teachers will have their rent covered for a year starting in August.

Air conditioning, high school theater upgrades, and a new school in far northeast Denver are among the projects being recommended.

The Colorado university has opened up FAFSA services for any student or family with college plans, regardless of where they want to go to college.

The policy says the superintendent should recommend schools identified for closure or consolidation by October, and the board should vote “no later than November.”

The new matrix comes more than a year after a shooting inside East High School and following state findings that DPS disproportionately suspends Black students with disabilities.

Fewer high school students are vaping and drinking alcohol, but marijuana use has held steady.

Both schools will now work with nonprofit TNTP on improving instruction.

The analysis of the state’s 10 largest school districts focused on how many sources hadn’t been fixed about a year after they were identified as having high lead levels.

That’s according to a new report released as the Denver school board debates a new school closure policy.

The state earlier removed a nondiscrimination clause that was at the heart of the lawsuit. The impact of the judge’s ruling is unclear.

The program will prioritize collaborations between school districts and community organizations.

After a spring full of FAFSA issues, Colorado advisors offer advice for students planning to attend college in the fall.

Denver Scholarship Foundation counselor Federico Rangel said advisers worry that graduates won’t have the support they need to show up on campus in the fall.

The decision to maintain the program comes about three weeks after parents received a letter saying it would be dissolved.

Millions of members of the Class of 2024 started high school online and off camera. This Denver student learned lessons she’ll carry with her to college and beyond.

Elmer Hernandez hopes his work translating the Community College of Aurora’s website helps other students who are native Spanish speakers.

El programa capacitará a jóvenes de entre 18 y 24 años para actuar “como navegadores que sirven a estudiantes de secundaria y preparatoria en escuelas y en organizaciones comunitarias.”

Leaders of both special district efforts hope to ask for voter approval in 2025.

Director Patricia Hurrieta will be tasked with carrying out the recommendations in a new report about the barriers and opportunities that Latino students face.

State leaders hope a $25 million investment in scholarships and coaching for the Class of 2024 will pay off in getting more students the skills they need to access high paying jobs.

Una nueva iniciativa distribuirá bonus de $1,000 a adolescentes que trabajen 100 horas o más este verano y completen un taller sobre conocimientos financieros.

“At some point, all of us as board members are highly conscious of the fact that we’re going to have to close schools, we’re going to have to consolidate schools,” one board member said.

One initiative will give $1,000 bonuses to teenagers who work 100 hours or more this summer and complete financial literacy training.

Some families travel hours each day so their children can attend the Bright MINDS program in Lakewood.

El distrito escolar de Adams 14 recibirá más tiempo para continuar su plan de mejoras trabajando con socios administrativos parciales, después de un voto del Consejo Estatal de Colorado la semana pasada.