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Jenny Brundin

Colorado is the fifth most expensive state for child care. Advocates launch a campaign for why a collective approach is needed

Over the next year, you will see billboards, social media, and perhaps even spray-painted artistic messages about how critical early child care is not just important for children’s brains, i...

A youth corps will deploy in Colorado this fall to help teens struggling with mental health

Colorado is joining 10 other states to launch the nation’s first corps of young people to help teenagers access critical mental health resources. Hundreds of Corps members will be deployed i...

Artificial intelligence is already reshaping how some Colorado students learn. Is your school on the cutting edge?

Victor Oshmyan, a sophomore at Niwot High, clicks his mouse to engage a car. It’s aimed at little model pedestrians. But he stops the car in the nick of time before it runs them over. “It ac...

The upcoming solar eclipse is a rare event. Some Colorado schools won’t let students watch

Millions of school children across North America will have a chance to experience what could be one of the most awe-inspiring events of their lifetimes on Monday: A total solar eclipse, or a...

Enrollment is beginning for Colorado’s universal preschool

Registration will soon open for Colorado’s voter-approved program that gives free preschool instruction to nearly 40,000 4-year-olds and about 10,000 3-year-olds. There are some changes to t...

As student debt declines in Colorado, a new report says a postsecondary credential is essential to earning more

A new report shows that a postsecondary degree or certificate in Colorado is well worth the time, energy and money. The more education workers ages 25 and older have, the more their earnings...

Colorado educators call for change of a system ‘on the brink of crisis’

Years of school underfunding, an accountability system that erodes trust in educators, rising mental health issues in youth, and school violence are all playing into critical staffing shorta...

Suicidal thoughts, bullying and drugs are plaguing Colorado students, according to latest Safe2Tell report

Colorado students are struggling with suicidal thoughts, bullying and drugs in increasing numbers, according to the Colorado Attorney General's Office annual report on Safe2Tell, an anonymou...

These youths have some ideas on how to make their lives easier. Colorado lawmakers are considering their bills

Youths would be able to non-legally change their names at school under a proposed bill that is starting its journey through the Colorado State Capitol. Two other draft bills – one to study g...

Colorado Education Commissioner stepping down July

Katy Anthes oversaw multiple challenges during her six-year tenure, including the most challenging crisis ever in public education — the pandemic.