The Colorado Shakespeare Festival is offering a virtual workshop for kids 12–18 years old is hosting unexpected professionals, including a brilliant rap artist who will teach attendees how to blend classical sonnets with contemporary hip-hop beats.
The partnership between CU Boulder and CMU is a unique opportunity for students to earn a CU Boulder engineering degree while studying in Grand Junction. The program has seen siblings and even twins, and of course is open to individuals as well.
Education researchers are increasingly seeing the COVID-19 pandemic as an opportunity to rethink how we teach kids in the United States, making school curricula more relevant to the lives of young people.
Stephanie Toliver was in college the first time she read a science fiction and fantasy novel featuring a Black woman as a protagonist. Today, she's working to make sure that the next generation of Black girls don't face the same obstacles.
CU Boulder is collaborating with the Association of American Universities and others on a series raising awareness about the role of public research universities in times of significant global challenges. In CU Boulder's clip, an environmental engineering team is working with schools to improve air filtration.
When local students began learning remotely because of COVID-19, graduate students in the Department of Theatre & Dance partnered with Boulder Valley School District to help keep kids with a range of learning needs moving and engaged.
In these unusual times, the School of Education is grateful for school partners, who are helping CU Boulder student teachers navigate challenging times. We asked student teachers and their mentor teachers what their partnership has meant to them.