Colorado schools are performing about as academically well as they did in pervious years, a new report from the Colorado Department of Education shows.
Teachers, schools and districts hoping for some time to adjust to Colorado's new state testing regimen won't get long, according to a plan presented at Wednesday's state board of education meeting.
A handful of districts around the state are incorporating health and wellness goals into their Unified Improvement Plans, which typically are focused more narrowly on academic achievement.
The feeling that education is being overtaken by a slew of mandated tests is fueling a grass-roots movement to opt out of TCAPs and criticism about excessive testing from some district leaders.
As part of an ongoing series on recruiting, training and supporting teachers, Donnell-Kay fellow Sarah Jenkins argues that the education world must adapt to the work habits of Millennial teachers.
As part of an ongoing series on recruiting, training and supporting teachers, Donnell-Kay fellow Sarah Jenkins interviews teacher Sarah Casaletto about her work with the LEAD Compact.
The EdNews’ staff is joining you in taking a holiday break, so Rise & Shine won’t appear Thursday and Friday. We hope you have a happy and safe Thanksgiving. COLORADO Only a small number of Colorado school districts have taken on the thorny issue of ...
A member of PACE's Teacher Licensing Committee, Shawn Bailey, argues that the state should't lower barriers to entering teaching, but rather focus on making its standards better.