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Colorado Succeeds Expands Focus into Higher Education

Preschool to Postsecondary: Colorado Succeeds Expands Impact, Releases Report Showing Significant Gaps, Opportunities in Postsecondary and Career Success for Coloradans New team members bring expertise and experience to support expanded workstream  Colorado Succeeds is proud to announce the expansion of

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Full Circle: The Story of Two Families and The Succeeds Prize 

In this piece we catch up with Richard Herbst, a Colorado Succeeds board member and President of TTEC Foundation. Richard passionately recounts his story with the Azimis, an Afghan refugee family in Denver. Richard also tells how his involvement with The

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2022 Colorado Legislative Session Ends with Big Wins for Learners

With over 700 bills and resolutions introduced, the 73rd General Assembly adjourned on Wednesday, May 11 after a 120-day legislative session. Colorado Succeeds is thankful for the courageous leadership of legislators, the Governor’s office, state agency leaders, business leaders, educators,

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Bipartisan Support for Work-Based Learning Business Incentives

Expansion of Experiential Learning Opportunities (SB22-140) passed the Colorado Senate with bipartisan support. The bill, introduced by Sen. James Coleman and Rep. Barbara McLachlan, proposes incentives to businesses to offer work-based learning programs; allowing learners to become earners while developing

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Employers Advocate for Work-Based Learning Incentives

Work-based learning is a win-win for Colorado learners and businesses; providing opportunities for students to gain real world experience and connect their classroom learning to future careers, and developing talent pipelines for businesses looking to fill in-demand jobs.   Introduced earlier

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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