Amadou Dieng

“Big Blur” 1215 Task Force Publishes Interim Report

Colorado currently has nearly ten different programs where learners can earn college credits and quality credentials in high school. However, these programs can be expensive to administer and dependent on the right higher education partner, making them inequitably accessed by many Colorado students.

Erin Kerr

Promising Student Growth at Compass Academy

This month, the Colorado Succeeds team and partners had the opportunity to visit Compass Academy, a public charter middle school in Denver Public Schools, serving students from sixth to eighth grade.   Opened in 2015, Compass has increased two levels on

Rachel Van Brocklin

2022 NAEP Results: Resource Round-Up

At the end of October, the National Assessment Governing Board released the 2022 National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) Mathematics and Reading results, the most comprehensive data we’ve seen on how our students’ achievement has fared since the start of

Colorado Succeeds

Examining Educator Evaluation from a Teacher’s Point of View

By Mark Sass  Mark Sass is a high school teacher at Legacy High School, and the Executive Director of Teach Plus Colorado.     It has been ten years since the implementation of Senate Bill 191, Colorado’s Teacher Evaluation System. Based

Ashley Andersen

Educators & Business Ignite Entrepreneurship in Northern Colorado

Earlier this month, Colorado Succeeds teamed up with the OtterCares Foundation and MindSpark Learning to host NoCO IgnitED, a two-day immersive event focused on educators  and industry partners collaborating to spark entrepreneurship in education. Over 100 attendees from five school