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The GRE Is No Longer Required for Colorado Public Health Grad Programs

The region’s only accredited school of public health is dropping the standardized test requirement in an effort to bring down biased application barriers and recruit a more diverse student body.

Education

Work In Progress

For young Latino/Latina job seekers, landing a gig can be tough. These three initiatives are here to help.

Testing Ground

When Jon Hanover launched Roots Elementary, a charter school in Northeast Park Hill, in 2015, he hoped to create an innovative, high-performing community school by transforming the way elementary education is taught—all on a spot once devastated by gang violence. Two years later, has the school made the grade?

New School

Colorado is launching a first-in-the-country apprenticeship program that’s designed to let students earn it all: a diploma, a degree, and a middle-class wage. The best part? It’s free.

38 Cool Colorado Classes For Adults

From learning to scuba dive or brew beer to building a guitar or joining a curling league, we found a plethora of local ways to nurture your intellect, challenge yourself, or just have some fun as you continue your coursework in Life 101.

Collaboration Is Key at Colorado STEM Academy

This Westminster-based elementary and middle school combines sciences with arts to teach kids practical skills they can take to high school, college, and beyond. 

The College Admissions Test

College admissions deadlines begin November 1. How well do you know what it takes to matriculate? 

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