Rebecca Kantor, dean of the School of Education and Human Development at the University of Colorado Denver, argues that newly-released ratings of teacher training programs are deeply flawed.
It’s key for staff and school leaders to meet regularly and build relationships for a colocation to be successful, according to a review by Denver Public Schools staff.
Van Schoales, head of A+ Denver, argues that current requirements for graduation aren’t rigorous enough to ensure the highly-educated workforce we need.
Members of the Denver school board said they needed more specifics before agreeing to modify the “do not rehire” practice that affects some probationary teachers.
Updated: An already-controversial new report argues that the majority of traditional teacher training programs are not preparing teachers for the classroom.
Ben DeGrow traces former Lt. Gov. and current DPS board hopeful Barbara O’Brien’s work shepherding the state’s charter school law into existence.
Colorado college students are again facing tuition increases next year, but the jumps are a bit more moderate than in recent years.
School leaders go back to the classroom to explore whether school structure is more important to effective management than traditional problem solving strategies.
EdNews Colorado writer Julie Poppen reflects on the end of her daughter’s elementary school experience and looks ahead with excitement (for the most part).
Are you getting nervous about how to fill those long summer hours with your kids and keep them learning? Look no further.
A Denver nutritionist says parents should be concerned about food dyes and flavorings even though the research can be mixed.
Find your school district’s budget and estimated per-pupil spending for the 2013-14 school year.
Find your district’s college enrollment data for the classes of 2011, 2010 and 2009.
Look up your district and school’s preliminary 2013 third grade TCAP reading scores.