Colorado Leads the Way on School Financial Transparency – But There’s Still Room to Grow
It may be hard to believe, but until now, school districts in Colorado have never been required under law to publicly report detailed financial information at the school level. On July 1, an attractive, easy-to-navigate website that provides detailed information
School Funding in Colorado: What You Need to Know
The average Coloradan likely knows two basic truths about school funding: It’s a vitally important and contentious issue, and it’s incredibly hard to understand. School funding is complex in every state, but arguably more so in Colorado than anywhere else.
Historic Legislation to Equitably Fund Public Charter Schools Passes Colorado General Assembly
Business community applauds legislators for putting kids before politics May 10, 2017 Denver, Colorado – In a momentous victory for public charter school students and their families, Colorado became the first state in the nation today to provide public charter
Fault Lines Shows the Nation’s Most Socioeconomically Segregating School District Borders
While attending America Succeeds’ always excellent EdVenture conference in Boise in September, we had the opportunity to acquaint ourselves with a non-profit organization that produces arguably the most compelling and visually appealing education data we’ve seen.