Madame Chairwoman Schroeder and Members of the Colorado State Board of Education, As a network of business leaders who want to ensure all of Colorado’s children are educated to their greatest potential, Colorado Succeeds is dedicated to the advancement of
Despite featuring all the usual trappings of a typical high school – hallways lined with lockers, periodic tables posted on the walls – you get a sense very quickly that there’s something different going on at the Denver School of
Colorado Succeeds led a delegation of twenty-five chamber and industry association leaders – representing every county of Colorado – to Washington D.C., in late September to meet with elected officials, diplomats, and national experts on key education issues and opportunities
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In response to the need to better prepare Colorado students for higher education and our 21st century workforce, the state adopted a set of new, higher academic standards in 2010 called the Colorado Academic Standards. This new set of standards
Salida School District serves 1,100 students in a small, rural district in a bucolic mountain setting. At first glance it might not seem the most likely place to become a hotbed of educational innovation. But in many ways that is
It’s not every day that you get to see a group of young children gather together at the start of the school day to pop the collars of their shirts, hold imaginary microphones in their hands, and say, “thank you,
Colorado’s annual legislative session, which began on January 13, could produce legislation providing a significant boost to science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education, as well as more equitable funding for public charter school students.