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PWR Town Hall Discussions - Invitations, Topics & Recordings

Invitations and Meeting Information


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Town Hall Discussions:

Tuesdays at 2:00 p.m.

Please register in advance for these meetings using the links below.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.


Town Hall Discussion Dates and Topics:

February 23, 2021. Topic: Reporting Graduation Guidelines. Learn about the 20-2021 reporting requirement, the timing, and this Student Interchange File. Join school and district program teams and data managers along with Jesse Cooper, Senior Analyst from CDE's Data Services,  Register HERE to join the discussion.

March 23, 2021.  Topic: TBA

April  27, 2021. Topic: TBA


Open Office Hours:

February 9:  Register HERE to ask questions of the team and/or to join the discussion.



Topics and  Recordings:

January 26, 2021: Colorado Talent Pipeline Report. Highlights included Colorado’s Top Jobs, the current labor force, in-demand essential skills, and COVID-19 impacts 

December 8, 2020: Supporting Students with Disabilities.  Guest speakers: Division of Vocational Rehabilitation and the Exceptional Student Services Unit at CDE

November 10, 2020: Student engagement and how work-based learning experiences, especially youth apprenticeships, can support it.  

September 17, 2020: Discussion with partners districts and CDE staff regarding student re-engagement strategies that work

August 11, 2020: Updates, Announcements, and Answers

June 30, 2020: Updates, Announcements, and Answers

June 2, 2020: Work-Based Learning During COVID-19

May 19, 2020: Capstone & Performance Assessment: Using Innovative Approaches to Collect Evidence of Students' Learning Experience

 May 5, 2020: "Competitive Grants - School Counselor Corps and Concurrent Enrollment: Graduation 2020 - ceremonies and celebrating seniors; and Graduation 2021 timeline for guidance"

 April 21, 2020: “The impacts of COVID-19 on graduation for the class of 2020, postsecondary transitions, and the class of 2021.” 


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