In a 10-month investigation, the I-News Network and Education News Colorado found online K-12 schools get millions in state tax dollars while their students fall further behind. We filed public records requests for internal documents, analyzed previously unreleased state education data, and interviewed lawmakers, educators, experts, parents and students. What we found was big business [...]
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Officials at the University of Colorado know about a pattern of alleged date-rape drug use at a fraternity in Boulder, but say the law prevents them from naming the fraternity to police. An investigation of sexual assault on college campuses found CU and others colleges across Colorado are withholding information about sexual assaults against students.