Meet the 2018 finalists for The Succeeds Prize for Transformational Impact in a Middle School, sponsored by DaVita. PS – there’s still time to apply for two $15,000 awards from The Succeeds Prize. Click here to learn more and submit your idea
The Honorable Lamar Alexander Chairman, Senate Health, Education, Labor & Pensions Committee 428 Senate Dirksen Office Building Washington, D.C. 20510 The Honorable Patty Murray Ranking Member, Senate Health, Education, Labor & Pensions Committee 428 Senate Dirksen Office Building Washington, D.C.
Just-Released Economic Data Finds Improving Education in Colorado Would Generate Billions for the Economy
New statewide polling shows education is a top tier issue for Colorado voters and employers, alignment on improvement strategies May 15, 2018 – Denver – If Colorado schools were the best in the nation, the state and its economy would
The Succeeds Prize, the state’s most prestigious awards and recognition event honoring transformational public schools and educators, has announced three finalist schools for its 2018 Excellence in STEM Education Award, sponsored by the Ball Corporation.
April 10, 2018 Denver – Results from the semi-annual National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) show slight gains for Colorado students in reading and math, but the state continues to maintain one of the largest achievement gaps in the nation between
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March 12, 2018 Denver – In a significant victory for Colorado’s students, educators, and education leaders, the Colorado Supreme Court today upheld a key component of the state’s landmark educator evaluation law, SB10-191.
Three Winners Will Receive $15,000 Each in Cash Awards February 21, 2018 DENVER – The Succeeds Prize, the state’s most prestigious awards and recognition event honoring transformational public schools and educators, has announced 9 finalist schools for its 2018 Transformational
December 20, 2017 Denver Public Schools recently received a statement from Denver’s civil rights and community groups expressing concern with the recent school performance scores and calling for corrective measures.
New school profiles include 1-10 indicators for school performance, equity