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KDNK's Ed Williams spoke with RE-1 Superintendent Judy Haptonstall about what the elections mean for the district.
The longstanding controversy over school resource officers' collaboration with Immigration and Customs Enforcement continues, but as KDNK's Ed Williams reports, students and immigrant rights advocates have some new supporters in Denver.
This fall, the Roaring Fork School district is trying a new program that could help make student learning more efficient in their classrooms. KDNK’s Eric Skalac reports that though the program has already been in use in Carbondale Middle School, it’s new to the district as a whole.
The Colorado Department of Education released this year'sscores, and the results were disappointingly flat. The standardized tests cover reading, writing, math and science from third to tenth grade.
While many districts stayed the same, the Roaring Fork School District performed well. KDNK's Conrad Wilson spoke with Jo O'Brien, the Assistant Commissioner for Assessment at the Colorado Department of Education and Judy Haptonstall, Superintendent of the Roaring Fork School District.
A lawsuit that could make Colorado spend billions more on education each year began in Denver District Court Monday. Parents and school districts are suing to force the state to completely restructure how it funds public education. KDNK's Daniel Costello reports.
A group of school districts, parents and education groups in Colorado is going before a Denver District Court today in what’s expected to be a lengthy trial. The school districts are suing the state over what they see as a lack of funding in their districts. As KDNK’s Conrad Wilson reports, similar trials have taken place throughout the nation as dollars for K-12 education become tighter.
All this week, KDNK News and Aspen Journalism are working together to bring you a sampling of the conversation happening at this year's Aspen Ideas Festival.
Yesterday, US Education Secretary Arne Duncan spoke with NBC's Andrea Mitchell about the importance we place on teachers.