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CU facing new lawsuit from male student expelled for sexual assault
CU facing new lawsuit from male student expelled for sexual assault

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A male student has filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the University of Colorado claiming the college discriminated against...

Colorado Springs 'more educated' than Denver, but drops on national list
Colorado Springs 'more educated' than Denver, but drops on national list

By: Debbie Kelley - 0 Tue, Jul 26, 2016

Colorado Springs fell 11 rungs in this year's "Most and Least Educated Cities" report by WalletHub but still nudged out metro Denver.

Colorado...

Local college waives registration fees for donations of school supplies

By: Debbie Kelley - 0 Mon, Jul 25, 2016

The Institute of Business and Medical Careers, 6805 Corporate Drive, is waiving registration fees for two week for any new student who donates school...

Superintendents to get the scoop at annual convention

By: Debbie Kelley - 0 Mon, Jul 25, 2016

“Overwhelming demand” for this week’s 47th annual superintendents’ convention led the Colorado Association of School Executives to close the waiting...

Requirements for free, discounted school meals could change under pending legislation
Requirements for free, discounted school meals could change under pending legislation

By: Debbie Kelley - 0 Sat, Jul 23, 2016

The Colorado Department of Education recently released income requirements for families applying for free or discounted meals for the coming school...

Attention Colorado Springs students: Pokémon skills could win you a scholarship
Attention Colorado Springs students: Pokémon skills could win you a scholarship

By: May Ortega - 0 Fri, Jul 22, 2016

Local college students don't have to catch 'em all to win a $500 scholarship - just one rare Pokémon.

The first University of Colorado...

Colorado school district finds no data breach, but will increase internet security
Colorado school district finds no data breach, but will increase internet security

By: Debbie Kelley - 0 Wed, Jul 20, 2016

An independent investigation shows no student data was compromised during a suspected breach of Lewis-Palmer School District 38's computer system in...

Colorado teachers get hands-on STEM training at intensive summer camp
Colorado teachers get hands-on STEM training at intensive summer camp

By: Debbie Kelley - 0 Tue, Jul 19, 2016

If there's anything fourth-grade teacher Leslie Kruse has learned in her job, it's this: Today's youngsters are hard-wired to crave technology from...

Donations from CC alumni increase to $42.2 million in FY 2016

By: Debbie Kelley - 0 Tue, Jul 19, 2016

Over the past year, Colorado College alumni dug deep in their pockets to donate money to their alma mater.

The private, liberal arts college...

Students to launch 50-foot-tall rocket at Fort Carson
Students to launch 50-foot-tall rocket at Fort Carson

By: Jake Allen - 0 Tue, Jul 19, 2016

Students will have the chance to launch the world's tallest future heavy rocket at Fort Carson next week.

The United Launch Alliance's annual...

Report: More Colorado families choosing charter schools; performance is mixed
Report: More Colorado families choosing charter schools; performance is mixed

By: Debbie Kelley - 0 Tue, Jul 19, 2016

Some findings of a report the Colorado Department of Education released Friday on the state of the state's 226 charter schools may be surprising;...

Applications accepted to be appointed to Colorado Springs school district board
Applications accepted to be appointed to Colorado Springs school district board

By: Debbie Kelley - 0 Tue, Jul 19, 2016

Any registered voter who lives in the boundaries of Colorado Springs School District 11 can apply to become a candidate for appointment to the open...

Colorado College and Fine Arts Center expected merger changes museum staffing
Colorado College and Fine Arts Center expected merger changes museum staffing

By: Jen Mulson - 0 Sat, Jul 16, 2016

Colorado College's impending acquisition of the Fine Arts Center has caused a ripple effect in museum staffing.

Joy Armstrong, who in November...