The Colorado State Board of Education is considering expanding the number and types of school readiness assessments that early educators in Colorado may use to ensure kids are prepared for school. Creating a number of assessments to choose from would allow educators more flexibility in assessment and school readiness planning. The board is expected to vote on adopting the new assessment options in October.
Two new national reports released this week point to the crucial importance of continuing to invest in public health insurance options for children.
Click here to see if a KIDS COUNT presentation is scheduled for a community near you: 2014 KIDS COUNT in Colorado! Presentations
Throughout the year, Children’s Campaign staff conduct locally relevant presentations on the current KIDS COUNT in Colorado! report in communities throughout the state. These presentations provide an opportunity for health, early childhood and K-12 education professionals, community and business leaders, legislators and staff, parents and other engaged citizens to come together and learn more about child well-being in their communities.