Meet the 2018 finalists for The Succeeds Prize for Excellence in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) Education, sponsored by the Ball Corporation. Littleton High School – Littleton Littleton High School strives to make STEM education accessible, exciting, and transformative
Meet the 2018 finalists for The Succeeds Prize for Transformational Impact in a High School, sponsored by the Western Union Foundation. Denver Center for International Studies – Denver The Denver Center for International Studies (DCIS) works to develop multilingual, interculturally
Meet the 2018 finalists for The Succeeds Prize for Transformational Impact in a Middle School, sponsored by DaVita. Carbondale Middle School – Carbondale At Carbondale Middle School, a teacher-student advisory program known as Crew is aimed at supporting and monitoring
Meet the 2018 finalists for The Succeeds Prize for Transformational Impact in an Elementary School, sponsored by ttec. Paonia Elementary School Paonia Elementary is an outstanding example of what success can look like in a rural school as well as
The Succeeds Prize, Colorado’s most prestigious awards and recognition event honoring public schools and educators, is seeking applications for two statewide awards that seek to support Colorado public schools and teachers in bringing their best ideas forward. The winners of each award will receive
The Succeeds Prize, the state’s most prestigious awards and recognition event honoring transformational public schools and educators, has announced three finalist schools for its 2018 Excellence in STEM Education Award, sponsored by the Ball Corporation.
Three Winners Will Receive $15,000 Each in Cash Awards February 21, 2018 DENVER – The Succeeds Prize, the state’s most prestigious awards and recognition event honoring transformational public schools and educators, has announced 9 finalist schools for its 2018 Transformational
Deb Harding and Tara Hardman co-run the recently-launched Family MakerSpace at STEM Launch K-8, an Adams 12 school located in Thornton, Colorado.
Valdez Elementary School, Mountain Vista Community School, DSST Green Valley Ranch High School, and Bristol Elementary School split $60,000 in cash awards to reward and promote innovation in Colorado’s public schools. Additional prize money was given to educators making an
There is no more important investment that we can make as a society than in education. The scholars of today will be the leaders of tomorrow, and ensuring that they are prepared for that experience is crucial if Colorado and