FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Erin Parks, Manager of Communications Colorado Succeeds (720) 432-9653 EParks@coloradosucceeds.org COLORADO SCHOOLS AND EDUCATORS AWARDED $150,000 FOR SERVING AS MODELS IN THE STATE Business, Education and Government Leaders Gathered to Celebratethe Agility in Education Movement DENVER – September 20, 2019
Colorado Succeeds received more than 50 applications from schools and district administrators across the state to compete for the $15,000 prize for demonstrating Excellence in Education. Guided by the Vision 2030 Framework, all programs had to stack-up against the critical
Colorado Succeeds received more than 50 applications from schools and district administrators across the state to compete for the $15,000 prize for demonstrating Excellence in Education. Guided by the Vision 2030 Framework, all programs had to share their response to
Colorado Succeeds sits down with Demesha Hill from Janus Henderson Investors
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE PROGRAMS IN COLORADO THAT MODEL EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION CONSIDERED FOR $15,000 PRIZE Colorado Succeeds Announces Nine Finalists for The Succeeds Prize Excellence in Education Awards DENVER, CO — Aug. 15, 2019 – Colorado Succeeds received over 50
The Succeeds Prize is back for the third year in a row, and every year we find more outstanding models of educators who are dedicated to evolving with the diverse needs of students in schools. The Succeeds Prize Awards are
We want you to meet the Middle School finalists in the Transformational Impact category for The Succeeds Prize.
Most of us can remember a teacher from our time in school that heavily influenced us. Citing courageous educators as inspiration, policymakers displayed outstanding support for education policy across party lines this legislative session. At The Succeeds Prize celebration last
How can business leaders impact agility in education? Touring the Innovation Center of St. Vrain Valley Schools, testifying at the Capitol on education policy, lending industry expertise to CTE programs – these are just a few of the ways Colorado Succeeds members are working to move the needle.
“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