How can business leaders impact agility in education? Touring the Innovation Center of St. Vrain Valley Schools, testifying at the Capitol on education policy, lending industry expertise to CTE programs – these are just a few of the ways Colorado Succeeds members are working to move the needle.
Our education system was created for a different time and now we must explore how to transform it for a new era – the age of agility. Listen to the full keynote from the Great Schools are Good Business breakfast
Every year, Colorado Succeeds brings together members and their colleagues, policymakers, and partners to share our progress and hear from top leaders who have a pulse on how our education system must evolve. View the highlights below. Click here for
Transforming Education to Will Require Business Leaders to Be Bold Xcel Energy recently announced a bold vision to deliver 80 percent carbon-free electricity by 2030 and 100 percent carbon-free electricity by 2050. We are the first utility in the world
Colorado Succeeds and its members had tremendous success advancing The Agility Agenda this year at the Capitol.
The SVVSD Innovation Center is just one example of how to bring the world of work into the classroom and develop the homegrown talent Colorado needs.
There’s much to learn and more work to be done, but CTE is headed in a positive direction, and its future is bright
Last week, I explained why career and technical education will make agile learners America’s future, and that maximizing their potential requires CTE that works well for students, employers, and school systems. In my home state of Colorado, we’ve learned a great
Seventeen-year-old Sandra can’t wait for school to start each day. Perhaps that’s because her school day looks nothing like what most of us envision a classic high school schedule to be. Her morning begins with Advanced Placement calculus, but as
How do we ensure that every child in America receives a quality education? This is the question that keeps education advocates up at night – often parents themselves – the task of adapting the American public education system to our