Yesterday, Congress passed a short-term continuing resolution (CR) to keep the federal government open and funded through Dec. 22.
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The $90.3 million, a combination of both excise and sales taxes, represents just under 2 percent of what the state invests in education. There is often confusion about the amount of marijuana revenue that goes to Colorado schools.
Sarah Barnes, our Senior Policy Analyst, received a Champion for Collaborative Leadership certificate of recognition from Healthy Child Care Colorado for her membership on the steering committee for Healthy Child Care Colorado.
This week, tens of thousands of Colorado families who use the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) in Colorado to access quality, affordable health care for their children were given notice that the program will end in January 2018 if Congress does not act to extend […]
Our President and CEO, Kelly Causey, has already scheduled her Colorado Gives Day donations to get ahead of the game next week. We hope you’ll consider adding the Colorado Children’s Campaign to your giving list on Tuesday, Dec. 5. Your support will help us make […]
In October, the Colorado Children’s Campaign joined several other Colorado organizations in signing on to a letter to support the passage of a clean Dream Act.
We are excited to welcome a new research analyst, Erica Manoatl, to the Children’s Campaign family! Erica joined us this week after working as a research assistant at Columbia University, investigating the areas of child health and school readiness and performance. Erica also served as […]
Coloradans now have access to a new source of information on how well babies and young children are being screened for developmental milestones—and how we compare to other states reporting on similar services. Information released in November shows Colorado is performing in the top half of states.