Business Community Recommendations for Innovation, Agility, and Impact through Agency Design Over the next 18 months, Colorado’s policy leaders will make critical decisions regarding a new state agency for early childhood and a new state-funded pre-kindergarten program that will shape
Next week, Colorado Succeeds, Executives Partnering to Invest in Children (EPIC), and ReadyNation Colorado will release a new policy brief outlining eight specific recommendations for how Colorado’s new state agency dedicated to early childhood programs and services should be structured.
Earlier this month Colorado Succeeds hosted nearly 30 business leaders in a dynamic conversation about the future of higher education. The topic is particularly timely as Colorado Succeeds President, Scott Laband, as well as our business members, now serve on
This fall, Colorado Succeeds business members will have the opportunity to inform a higher education system that better meets the needs of students and ensures a strong pipeline of talent for employers and a thriving Colorado economy. In June of
Earlier this month the Colorado Department of Education (CDE) released the Colorado Measures of Academic Success (CMAS) scores from 2021, revealing the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on learning for all students, and growing inequalities for students of color and
New report highlights marijuana funding disparities for education in Colorado
Colorado Succeeds and the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce joined forces to host the business community for a conversation to discuss the metro area’s school board elections on the ballot this fall. Often overlooked by the public, school board elections
Colorado Succeeds is thankful for the courageous leadership of legislators, the Governor’s office, state agency leaders, business leaders, educators, students, families, and advocacy partners. Together we are proud of the results that will benefit Colorado – pre-school through post-secondary. 1.
As we come to the final weeks of the 2021 Colorado legislative session, here are the top five things you should know: 1.) Governor Polis and the Legislature make a big stimulus announcement. This week Governor Polis and legislative leaders
Colorado Succeeds members gathered in early May to discuss a proposed statewide ballot initiative meant to address student learning loss caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and set students up for long-term success: the Learning Enrichment Academic Program (LEAP). Access to