Golden residents want a say in Colorado School of Mines development

The Denver Post (Education) 4/25 12:49P Josie Klemaier
The campus of Colorado School of Mines in Golden is rapidly changing. Work is underway on a 100,000-gross-square-foot, $14.5 million building, $20 million is going into a new roof on another and a 600-space parking garage is planned to accommodate...

Westminster schools lose appeal seeking higher performance rating

The Denver Post (Education) 4/25 5:27A Yesenia Robles / Chalkbeat Color
The Colorado Board of Education voted unanimously Monday to deny Westminster Public Schools appeal to raise its quality rating. The board voted after minimal discussion mostly criticizing the district for blaming poor performance on minority and...

CU Boulder student, family teach music to young Syrian refugees

The Denver Post (Education) 4/24 9:35A Elizabeth Hernandez
The honey-colored glow of the Sundown Saloon s neon sign illuminated faces of rowdy youth out late on a Friday night, but 20-year-old Xenia Mathys eyes not once drifting to the second-story window overlooking Pearl Street were locked on her...

Undergrad posed as medical school student at Denver Health

The Denver Post (Education) 4/21 11:51A Denver7
By Blair Miller, Denver7 Denver Health Medical Center has suspended all badge access for students and learners after a University of Colorado-Denver student got unauthorized access at the hospital by posing as a medical student. The student,...

Harassment allegations surface in CU Boulder sociology department

The Denver Post (Education) 4/21 3:29A Elizabeth Hernandez
An embattled sociology department at the University of Colorado Boulder is entangled in harassment allegations among faculty and staff that a local union organization is calling an ongoing, systemic problem. The allegations include verbal abuse,...

Proposed Aurora schools budget cuts not as dire as feared

The Denver Post (Education) 4/20 7:34A Yesenia Robles / Chalkbeat Color
Aurora Public Schools budget situation is not as precarious as previously thought, causing the district to step back from more drastic scenarios such as eliminating full-day kindergarten , cutting sports and clubs, and increasing staff-to-student...
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