Education News Colorado

Education News Colorado, is a news service devoted to continuing, in-depth coverage of education policymaking in the legislature and state government and to comprehensive coverage and serious analysis of such issues as school choice, accountability and education reform.

Education News Colorado is funded by grants from The Daniels Fund, The Piton Foundation, The Colorado Health Foundation, the Donnell-Kay Foundation, the Walton Family Foundation and the Carson Foundation. Paid sponsors include the Colorado Association of School Boards, the Colorado League of Charter Schools and RBC Capital Markets.

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11:10am

Tue December 4, 2012
Education

Ed News: Hick Urges School Boards To Aim High

Gov. John Hickenlooper spoke at the Colorado Association of School Boards convention.
Education News Colorado

“Colorado should have the best public school system in America. Period,” Gov. John Hickenlooper has told the annual convention of the Colorado Association of School Boards.

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10:35am

Wed November 14, 2012
Education

EdNews: Online Students Lag State Averages

Laura Johnson works on a computer between classes at Florence High School in this EdNews file photo. Johnson moved to an online school but was back to a traditional school within a year.
Joe Mahoney iNews

Two new studies point to a contradiction about full-time online schools – student academic performance is lower than that of students statewide but parents and students are positive about the online experience.

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9:54am

Fri May 11, 2012
Education

EdNews: Legislative Review 2012

Education News Colordao

An improving economy and a willingness to listen may have been the key factors behind passage of significant education bills by the 2012 legislature.

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2:37pm

Thu May 10, 2012
Education

EdNews: TCAP Reading Results Reveal Trends

A student at work in Sheridan's Fort Logan Elementary, where Wednesday's results show third-grade reading scores are on the rise.
Education News Colorado

Nearly three-fourths of Colorado third-graders are reading at grade level, a slight increase that matches the highest proficiency mark achieved in the past ten years, according to results released Wednesday.

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9:51am

Wed February 22, 2012

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