State Board of Education approves finalist for commissioner
Richard Crandall, a business owner and former Arizona legislator and Wyoming schools chief, was named today as the single finalist for Colorado’s commissioner of education by the Colorado State Board of Education.
View District and School Test Results for English Language Arts and Math
District- and school-level results from the 2015 Colorado Measures of Academic Success (CMAS) English language arts and math tests, given in grades three through high school, are now available.
Read Commissioner Asp's statement on Every Student Succeeds Act
ESSA continues to provide funding and accountability for some of our students with greatest needs and allows for state expertise and priorities to be used in determining accountability and interventions. The new law will provide opportunities for a small number of states to try new assessment systems.
View the New Improved Look of the Colorado Historic Newspapers Collection
The State Library launched its new Colorado Historic Newspapers Collection database which allows k-12 students to interact directly with primary source materials by engaging with history as it was originally recorded and interpreted.
Attend the Elementary and Secondary Education Act Virtual Academy
Federal Programs is offering a series of webinars for a variety of experience levels on topics including new directors, best practices, accountability and data and reporting.
Nominate an Administrator Who Supports Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Learners by Feb. 10
The 2016 Distinguished Administrator award honors an administrator who has demonstrated excellence in working with culturally and linguistically diverse students.
Register for the Specific Learning Disability Math Project Workshop
This workshop offers strategies and learning experiences that will help students make meaning in mathematical problem solving situations.