Colorado Children's Campaign
While final results won’t be available for months, self-response rates are showing mixed results compared to 2010
Voters will decide in November whether all Colorado 4-year-olds can attend preschool starting in 2023By Erica Breunlin Education Primary category in which blog post is published
The annual Kids Count report says counties with high rates of poverty and non-white children are most at risk of not being counted accurately
To counteract the rising mortality figure, the state strengthened a death review committee and plans to expand drug treatment
The state ranked poorly in health outcomes and mediocre overall in the latest national report on child well-being by the Annie E. Casey Foundation
Colorado’s kindergarten landscape will even out, with benefits flowing to state’s wealthiest, poorest families
A decade after some districts pushed back against Gov. Ritter's full-day kindergarten plan, most consider it essential.
5,800 Colorado kids in second grade or younger were suspended last year. State lawmakers want to reduce that.
A coalition has worked for 3 years to modify a Colorado law they say disproportionately affects minority and disabled students. It took a deal with rural educators to move forward.
The Denver teacher strike is over. Now lawmakers are trying to solve Colorado’s chronic education funding problem.
One plan under discussion at the statehouse would raise an additional $451 million every year to educate students, while another would impact property taxes and change how funds are distributed.