Teacher shortage funding opportunities
CDE's Educator Talent Unit created an overview of teacher shortage grant opportunities available to school districts and BOCES that resulted from the 2018 legislative session.
2016-17 school financial information available
A second full year of financial information is now available on the Financial Transparency for Colorado Schools Website that presents school and district financial information in an easy-to-understand format.
Colorado announces 2018-19 free and reduced price meal income guidelines
CDE is announcing the policy for children unable to pay the full price served in schools under the National School Lunch Program, the School Breakfast Program and/or the Special Milk Program.
State Board approves changes to educator talent rules
At its June meeting, the State Board approved revisions to the rules for the Colorado Educator Licensing Act of 1991. The changes will ensure educators are knowledgeable about teaching English language learners.
State Board approves revisions to standards
The State Board of Education completed its review and approval process of revisions to the Colorado Academic Standards. Districts will have two years to review and revise their local standards as needed with implementation scheduled for the 2020-21 school year.
Colorado Talking Book Library named Network Library of the Year
The award was given by the National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped and commends excellence, innovation and special achievement in providing library services to individuals who are blind or have a physical disability.
Colorado ESSA plan approved by the U.S. Department of Education
Colorado’s plan to implement the federal Every Student Succeeds Act was approved Monday by U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos.
TLCC 2018 results are now available
According to results of the Teaching and Learning Conditions Colorado survey, 89 percent of teachers believe their school is a good place to work and a beneficial place for students to learn.
Colorado eighth-graders continue to outperform on NAEP
Colorado eighth-graders performed better than their peers in other states on the biennial national reading and math assessment known as NAEP, according to the results from last year's tests that were released today.
View information about state tests
This spring third- through eighth-graders will take the Colorado Measures of Academic Success assessments that are aligned to the Colorado Academic Standards. Resources for parents and families are available.