Denver's graduation rate is on the rise. Statistics released today show that 56.1 percent of seniors graduated "on time" in the spring of 2011, as opposed to 51.8 percent in 2010. "On time" means they graduated four years after entering high school as freshmen. Meanwhile, the dropout rate stayed th ... More >>
Jefferson County Child Support Services has developed a new video intended to show that the department offers support for teen parents and children.
However, most of the 21-minute long production called Think Beyond Friday Night is spent detailing all the horrors and tribulations of teen p ... More >>
Good news from Denver Public Schools headquarters: In the past five years, the district's dropout rate has declined 42 percent. In the 2005-06 school year, 11.1 percent of students dropped out. In the 2009-10 school year, 6.4 percent of students dropped out. In real numbers, that means an es ... More >>
Late last month, a seventeen-year-old student at John F. Kennedy High School was arrested in connection with an alleged sexual assault against a fellow JFK attendee, age fourteen. During lunch. In the school's basement. Look below to see a Denver District Attorney's Office release on the inci ... More >>