Joy. Laughter. Gratitude. These are just some of the emotions that summarize The 2017 Succeeds Prize – an evening when Colorado educators and public schools received $137,000 for the impact they are leading locally.
We were thrilled to join forces with 9NEWS, mindSpark Learning, and Governors Hickenlooper, Ritter, and Owens to co-host The Succeeds Prize and recognize Colorado’s educators as the heroes they are.
We hope you will continue to join us in this endeavor to show educators across our state that we value their impactful work, we admire their commitment, and we are grateful for their partnership in future-building.
The 2017 Succeeds Prize Winners
What People are Saying
Our Reach & Impact
to scale best practices & innovation
across business, education, and government
on 9NEWS and Facebook Live
social media impressions during the event
Plus, #TheSucceedsPrize trended on Twitter
The Succeeds Prize In the News
- 9NEWS – Colorado & Company – The Succeeds Prize Awards Educators, Innovators
- Greeley Tribune – Greeley’s Fred Tjardes School of Innovation Finalist for Grant
- Education Post – Here’s How Today’s Schools Can Evolve to Prepare Kids for the Jobs of Tomorrow
- Colorado Springs Gazette – Colorado Springs Schools’ Excellence, Innovation Recognized with $15,000 Prizes
- Ft. Morgan Times – Fort Morgan’s Pioneer Elementary among top three for Succeeds Prize