Our education system was created for a different time and now we must explore how to transform it for a new era – the age of agility. Listen to the full keynote from the Great Schools are Good Business breakfast
Every year, Colorado Succeeds brings together members and their colleagues, policymakers, and partners to share our progress and hear from top leaders who have a pulse on how our education system must evolve. View the highlights below. Click here for
“You wouldn’t judge a lion by how fast it can swim in the ocean, you know,” says Eli. “With traditional school, I didn’t feel like I had the chance to show how smart I was.” That’s just one student echoing
Nine schools in Colorado rise to the top as models of schools developing agile learners.
The Career Development Fund (HB16-1289), continues to grow and give offer more work-based learning opportunities in CO.
When we think about innovation in education our minds often conjure up images of app development or virtual reality helmets. However, Allison Fabrizio, a 3rd-year teacher who works with students with severe needs at Ponderosa High School, took a different approach. Through
We know that our current education system must become more responsive in preparing agile learners. Major economic shifts – from shuttering factories, shrinking industries, and the emergence of artificial intelligence – challenge the 120-year-old school model into question. Colorado is going to need bold leadership to move our schools and systems.
Since 1994, Colorado families have had the option under state law of enrolling their children in any traditional public school or public charter school in the state, as long as space is available. If the school is outside either the
How do we ensure that every child in America receives a quality education? This is the question that keeps education advocates up at night – often parents themselves – the task of adapting the American public education system to our