Colorado Department of Education

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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4:17pm

Wed August 8, 2012
Education

Testing Analysis: Some Students Falling Behind

More than 100,000 public school students are not on pace to achieve proficiency in math and writing over the next three years, or by the time they reach 10th grade, an I-News Network analysis of state testing data shows.

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4:06pm

Wed August 8, 2012
Education

TCAP Test Scores: Biggest Gains Came From Struggling Schools

Colorado Department of Education

Most of Colorado’s lowest performing school districts posted some of the biggest gains in state standardized tests this year, while scores at many top performing districts stagnated, according to an analysis of scores by the I-News Network.

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Wed July 18, 2012

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Fri May 4, 2012

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