The Colorado Children's Campaign's Reilly Pharo and the Donnell-Kay Foundation's Matt Samelson outline changes a new law will bring to online and blended learning in Colorado.May 20 2013 / No comment / Read More »
Veteran educator turned consultant Peter Huidekoper, Jr., lays out his thoughts around the pros and cons of closing schools, and calls for more conversation.May 16 2013 / 9 comments / Read More »
The executive director of Colorado GEAR UP, Scott Mendelsberg, highlights attempts around the state to prepare students for college and reduce the need for remediation.May 14 2013 / No comment / Read More »
Cautiously optimistic. That's one way to describe teachers' attitudes about the pending rollout this fall of Senate Bill 10-191, the so-called teacher effectiveness policy.May 21 2013 / K-12 News, News, Top News / No comment / Read More »
The proposed overhaul of the school funding system is now law, but it’s unclear which proposal to fund the plan will go to voters.May 21 2013 / Capitol News, Top News / No comment / Read More »
The Denver school board voted unanimously Monday to have staff tweak the district's controversial "do not rehire" practice targeting teachers.May 20 2013 / K-12 News, News, Top News / 6 comments / Read More »
Colorado is moving closer to a system for evaluating counselors, nurses and other school professionals who aren’t classroom teachers.