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Colorado Department of Education, 2019
The Colorado Growth Model (CGM) was developed jointly by the Colorado Department of Education (CDE), the Technical Advisory Panel for Longitudinal Growth (TAP), and the National Center for the Improvement of Educational Assessment (NCIEA). Its development was required by state statute (SB09-163) and assigned to the Technical Advisory Panel. The…
Descriptors: Growth Models, Elementary Secondary Education, Accountability, Academic Achievement
Kottenstette, Bill; Lanoha, Kady – Colorado Department of Education, 2019
The Innovation Schools Act of 2008, § 22-32.5-102, et seq. C.R.S, was designed to provide a pathway for schools and districts to develop and implement innovative practices in a wide variety of areas to improve student outcomes. The Act provides a formal process that allows schools or groups of schools to petition their local school boards for…
Descriptors: Educational Innovation, State Legislation, Educational Legislation, School District Autonomy
Colorado Department of Education, 2018
The Innovation Schools Act of 2008, § 22-32.5-102, C.R.S. et seq., was designed to provide a pathway for schools and districts to develop and implement innovative practices in a wide variety of areas for the purpose of improving student outcomes. The Act provides a formal process that allows schools or groups of schools to petition their local…
Descriptors: Educational Innovation, State Legislation, Educational Legislation, School District Autonomy
Colorado Department of Education, 2017
The Innovation Schools Act of 2008 (§ 22-32.5-102, C.R.S. et.seq) was created in response to district and school leaders' interest in finding a way for districts to develop and implement innovative practices in a wide variety of areas for the purpose of improving student outcomes. The Act provides a formal process that allows schools or groups of…
Descriptors: Educational Innovation, State Legislation, Educational Legislation, School District Autonomy
Colorado Department of Education, 2016
The Innovation Schools Act of 2008, (§ 22-32.5-102, C.R.S. et.seq) was created in response to district and school leaders' interest in finding a way for districts to develop and implement innovative practices in a wide variety of areas for the purpose of improving student outcomes. The Act provides a formal process that allows schools to petition…
Descriptors: Educational Innovation, State Legislation, Educational Legislation, Boards of Education
Mohajeri-Nelson, Nazanin; Bamberry, Lynn; Dunaway, Wendy; Hunter, Ellen; Klein, Jeff; Kuntz, Courtney; Negley, Tina; Singer, Robin; Ottenbreit, Rebekah; Young, Eric – Colorado Department of Education, 2015
This report summarizes the factors that were commonly noted across five high achieving elementary schools in Colorado: (1) Burlington; (2) Canyon Creek; (3) Soaring Eagles; (4) South Lakewood; and (5) Tavelli. After 10 days of onsite visits to participating schools, noteworthy commonalities surfaced across the schools. Policies, practices, and…
Descriptors: Leadership, Principals, Classroom Techniques, Observation
Colorado Department of Education, 2015
The Innovation Schools Act of 2008, (§ 22-32.5-102, C.R.S. et.seq) was created in response to district and school leaders' interest in finding a way for districts to develop and implement innovative practices in a wide variety of areas for the purpose of improving student outcomes. The Act provides a formal process that allows schools to petition…
Descriptors: Annual Reports, Educational Improvement, Student Development, Outcomes of Education
Colorado Department of Education, 2014
Pursuant to State Law, the Colorado Department of Education, Office of Blended and Online Learning is required to prepare an annual summary report for submission. The passage of a later State House Bill repealed the annual requirement for the Summary Report and also the annual reporting mandates that were required of all online schools and…
Descriptors: Online Courses, College Programs, Accountability, State Legislation
Colorado Department of Higher Education, 2020
The Tuition and Fee Report is produced annually by the Colorado Department of Higher Education to provide detailed information on the tuition and fee rates at Colorado's public institutions, as well as to give context regarding the state funding environment in which tuition and fee rate-setting occurs. From Fiscal Year (FY) 2018-19 to FY 2019-20,…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Tuition, Fees, Public Colleges
Colorado Department of Education, 2013
This report examines the relationship between socioeconomic status, as defined by a free-and-reduced lunch proxy variable, and student growth percentiles by elementary, middle, and high school grade levels for math, reading, and writing. Comparisons were made between median growth percentiles for each educational level by free and reduced lunch…
Descriptors: Socioeconomic Status, Lunch Programs, Academic Achievement, Achievement Gains
Colorado Department of Higher Education, 2019
The burden of financing higher education has shifted from the state to the student since the turn of the century, both in Colorado and across the nation. In Fiscal Year (FY) 2000-01, the state covered 68 percent of a student's cost of higher education, while students and families were responsible for 32 percent. By FY 2011-12, those numbers had…
Descriptors: Paying for College, Higher Education, Costs, Postsecondary Education
Colorado Department of Higher Education, 2019
Expanding pathways from high school to higher education is essential for Colorado to reach its goals of increasing college completion rates, erasing attainment gaps and increasing high school student engagement. Colorado, like other states across the country, utilizes dual enrollment as a strategy to cultivate seamless P-20 pathways and increase…
Descriptors: Dual Enrollment, High School Students, College Students, College Credits
Colorado Department of Higher Education, 2019
Earning a postsecondary credential is increasingly important for individuals, the economy, and the future of Colorado. The Georgetown Center for Education and the Workforce predicts that in the modern economy, two-thirds of entry-level jobs will require training beyond high school. In response to these realities, the Colorado Department of Higher…
Descriptors: High School Graduates, Postsecondary Education, Enrollment Trends, Higher Education
Colorado Department of Higher Education, 2019
This supplemental report explores the developmental needs of Colorado's recent high school graduates, examines the postsecondary success of students who need developmental education and explores equity gaps as they relate to developmental education. It builds upon the report titled "The Postsecondary Progress and Success of High School…
Descriptors: High School Graduates, Postsecondary Education, Developmental Studies Programs, Educational Needs
Colorado Department of Higher Education, 2018
The Colorado Department of Higher Education (DHE) and the Colorado Department of Education (CDE) have prepared this report pursuant to statute (C.R.S. §22-35-112). The data, collected through the DHE Student Unit Record Data System (SURDS) unless noted otherwise, provide a descriptive summary of students in Colorado's public education system who…
Descriptors: Dual Enrollment, High School Students, College Students, Colleges
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