Erin Parks

Better Building Blocks to Close Colorado’s Skills Gap

Four years after it was signed into law by Governor Hickenlooper, the pilot is now more commonly known as the Career Development Incentive Program (CDIP). Over three years, the program has received requests for nearly 16,000 eligible incentives earned by students.

McKinstry mentor program at JFK high school
Leslie Larocque

STEM Mentorships in Action: How McKinstry Advances Equity and Access in Schools

McKinstry, a full-service design, build, operate and maintain (DBOM) firm delivering consulting, construction, energy, and facility services, has a deep and long-standing commitment to promoting quality and equitable access to science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education across the country.

Sara Blackhurst oped - would rural CO make the endangered species list?
Sara Blackhurst

Would Rural Colorado Make the Endangered Species List?

By definition, an endangered species is: A plant or animal species existing in such small numbers that it is in danger of becoming extinct, especially such a species placed in jeopardy as a result of human activity; or a group

Kelly Caufield

Education Highlights from Colorado’s 2018 Legislative Session

The 2018 session of the Colorado General Assembly adjourned on May 9 with notable education victories that will create more opportunities for students to be college- and career-ready and provide more support for struggling districts and schools, among other positive