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Erica Breunlin
Position: The Colorado Sun

Colorado Dems want to ax social studies from state tests. Here’s why.

A bill introduced last week would end state testing for fourth and seventh graders, and save the state more than $1 million per year

Voters approve Prop. FF, clearing way for school meals program funded by cutting tax breaks for the wealthy

The new program will give all Colorado public school students access to free breakfasts and lunches, regardless of household income

‘Reach up and touch the stars:’ The dark is starting to shine through Colorado’s astrotourism

Lake Fork Valley Conservancy starts ambitious project to transform park into a nocturnal classroom

COVID-19, birth rates affect Colorado public schools enrollment

DENVER (AP) – Student enrollment has continued declining across Colorado public schools, with the state counting about 1,200 fewer students in kindergarten through 12th grade this fall than ...

Coronavirus set back Colorado schools battling to improve performance

Four districts are on the state’s accountability clock. Montezuma-Cortez is on cusp

Colorado substitute teacher shortage worsened by coronavirus

DENVER (AP) – Alamosa School District is so short on educators that all it might take is the quarantine of a single class to leave many kids without a teacher. That’s largely beca...

How much should we spend to see how far Colorado students are behind?

10 education organizations hope the state will invest in a diagnostic assessment for kids

Most Colorado student teachers aren’t paid and need second jobs. Will lawmakers ease burden?

A bill this session would grant more flexibility and possibly compensation