Amadou Dieng

Our School Transportation System Needs a Reboot

A nationwide shortage of bus drivers is causing significant challenges in helping students get to school. Initial research into shortages among other Colorado districts suggests that statewide the shortage of bus drivers is around 30%. Some large school districts like

Amadou Dieng

Career & Technical Education Month 2022

Today’s job market is healthier than ever before, but talent remains difficult to find. Simply put, there are more job openings than there are qualified employees to fill them. That is why it becomes even more important to invest in

Lance Hostetter

Three Common Pitfalls to Avoid When Designing Concurrent Enrollment

In part one of this concurrent enrollment series, we explored key considerations for expanding concurrent enrollment offerings.    In part two, we examine three pitfalls that should be avoided when school districts are designing concurrent enrollment offerings. An expansion of concurrent

Lance Hostetter

Expanding Concurrent Enrollment: Providing All Students With a Clear Path

Colorado students continue to face difficult decisions about their futures, specifically how to make their education relevant while earning the postsecondary credentials necessary to succeed in the Colorado workforce. This reality has been true for several years, but these issues

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Kelly Caufield

2020 Colorado Election Recap for Education Advocates

With nearly 87 percent of registered voters participating in the 2020 election, Colorado was one of the top 5 highest turnout rates among the 50 states. This significant turnout demonstrates Coloradans’ continued commitment to civic engagement and interest in public policy

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Shellby Jones

Colorado Restaurant Response Delivers 309,000 Meals to Families in Need

In March of this year, Colorado Succeeds became the fiscal sponsor for Colorado Restaurant Response (CRR), a collaborative effort to combat food insecurity and support restaurants and their employees during the COVID-19 crisis. The goals were to re-hire restaurant employees,

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Lance Hostetter

Back to School: Tips for Successful Remote Learning

Going back to school this year looks and feels a lot different than any time before. While some students are returning to the classroom, many are starting the way they finished last school year: remotely. There are many challenges with

Kim C. from Podium
Diane Metzger

Meet The Succeeds Prize 2020 Finalists

We’re incredibly excited to announce the finalists for The Succeeds Prize 2020, the most prestigious awards and recognition event for Colorado’s educators. The finalists have been selected for their exemplary education programs that, in alignment with Vision 2030, are developing

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Diane Metzger

Programs in Colorado that Model Agility in Education Considered for $120,000 in Prize Money

Colorado Succeeds announces 12 finalists for The Succeeds Prize, the most prestigious award recognizing Colorado educators developing agile learners and systems  Six winners will receive $15,000 and six runners-up will receive $5,000 to support their innovative programming   Winners will be announced at a televised event in September.  

Kelly Caufield

5 Key Takeaways from the 2020 Legislative Session

The 2020 legislative session wrapped up last week after an unprecedented year. Colorado’s first confirmed case of COVID-19 was announced on March 5 and, less than two weeks later, the Colorado General Assembly went into a two-month recess. The Legislature