State Rep. Christine Scanlan, D-Dillon, a rising star on the Colorado political scene, says any talk of her becoming the next Speaker of the House is ...
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SB10-191 is not based on any sort of meaningful metrics development process. It proposes change for change's sake based on the opinions of disconnected legislators, albeit one of whom was a school principal.
How well does our K-12 system serve poor children?
A new Rasmussen Reports survey from Colorado paints a picture of a state divided with respects to controversial education legislation currently before...
DPS has no plan for success. It just jumps from one thing to the next based on the philosophy it is better to look busy than to actually get things done.
There is a growing impatience among journalists with today's self-styled education reformers.
Denver's more affluent public school parents may soon feel they're being asked to ante up their children's education to the greater good.
Labeling schools doesn't help kids, and it doesn't make schools better. Judging schools on one year's test scores alone is not a valid reflection of how they are doing.
We're 47th in the country in investing in key areas like education, health care, higher education, and transportation. Why? Probably because we're 49th in taxation.
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