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Jamie Trafficanda

What Does a High School Diploma Really Mean?

  On the surface, the consistent rise in high school graduation rates, both in Colorado and across the country, is great news. More kids are persisting through high school and earning their diplomas – which can be critical for both

Jamie Trafficanda

Adams 12’s ICAP Program Sets a Shining Example

People wondering why the Adams 12 Five Star Schools just won a state award for its Individual Career and Academic Plan (ICAP) counseling program need look no farther than state data.

Colorado Succeeds

Colorado’s 2015 NAEP Results: What You Need to Know

Every two years a sample of 4th and 8th graders in every state are given the National Assessment of Education Progress (NAEP) assessment in reading and math, also known as the “nation’s report card.” The NAEP assessment has gained notoriety

Jamie Trafficanda

Putting Literacy Policy Into Practice at Edith Teter Elementary

As we unpack the success of the Colorado READ Act, Colorado Succeeds is taking a deeper look into each of the case studies highlighted in our recent implementation study. The second school we will explore is Edith Teter Elementary. Roughly

Jamie Trafficanda

A Reading Revolution at Cole Arts & Science Academy

As we unpack the success of the Colorado READ Act, Colorado Succeeds is taking a deeper look into each of the case studies highlighted in our recent implementation study. The first school we will explore is Cole Arts & Science