In Grand Junction, we have been fortunate to rank highly for on-time graduation rates for the last three years, beating the state average of 79 percent by nearly a full percentage point. Unfortunately, Grand Junction and the rest of Colorado
Just-Released Economic Data Finds Improving Education in Colorado Would Generate Billions for the Economy
New statewide polling shows education is a top tier issue for Colorado voters and employers, alignment on improvement strategies May 15, 2018 – Denver – If Colorado schools were the best in the nation, the state and its economy would
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.
Did you know a child is seven-times more likely to go to college and graduate if they know they have a college savings account in their name?
Colorado students need to be prepared for our state’s growing, middle-skill jobs, from healthcare to IT to advanced manufacturing.
Colorado Succeeds connects our business members with high ROI opportunities that support schools and educators and improve learning experiences for students.
When Colorado Succeeds took 33 statewide business and civic leaders on a delegation visit to Tennessee last fall, our objective was to inspire the participants and prompt some new thinking.
As members of this organization, we know that the majority of Colorado’s kids aren’t prepared for Colorado’s jobs; I have seen this firsthand as the chief technology officer for Sage Hospitality.
“Why am I learning this? How is this relevant to my future?” In a rapidly-changing economy, our answers to these age-old questions from students are more important than ever.
“Every day I’m a part of this environment it makes me happier and more thrilled about my life.”