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Colorado Preschool Program
About the Colorado Preschool Program
The Colorado Preschool Program (CPP) is a state-funded early childhood education program administered by the Colorado Department of Education. Each year the General Assembly provides funding for up to 29,360 children considered to be at-risk for later school failure to attend half- or full-day preschool. CPP is managed by local school districts and their preschool advisory councils. Each participating school district is given a predetermined number of half-day positions to serve eligible children. These positions are used to serve preschoolers in either half- or full-day programs in school district settings, local childcare centers, community preschools or Head Start programs.
- CPP Quick Facts
- Current Year Legislative Report
- Early Childhood At-Risk Enhancement (ECARE)
- Preschool Special Education
- Results Matter
CPP Legislative Reports
The annual Colorado Preschool Program (CPP) Legislative Report provides highlights of the implementation and effectiveness of the program. For previous years' reports, please contact us.
2019 Regional Meeting
2019 Preschool Regional Meeting Dates and Locations have been announced. Click here to learn more information.