Eight months into the Coronavirus pandemic and nearing the end of a second semester that has seen a dramatically altered learning landscape for Colorado kids, we are at an inflection point.
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The Division of Insurance wants to hear from Coloradans across the state (especially beyond the Denver Metro area) who have purchased health insurance through Connect for Health Colorado and are eligible for financial assistance to purchase coverage.
Life Skills training is needed now more than ever! In response to this need, The Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence (CSPV) at the University of Colorado Boulder is seeking Colorado schools containing grade 9 to implement the Botvin LifeSkills Training (LST) High School program.
This week, Vice President of Education Initiatives Leslie Colwell spoke with partners from A+ Colorado and Democrats for Education Reform (DFER) about the layers of inequity in the way Colorado funds schools and how families and community members can advocate for a better system for students.
Engagement Opportunity: Inform the priorities of Colorado’s Substance Exposed Newborns (SEN) Steering Committee
The work of the Colorado SEN Steering Committee, Family Advisory Board, and related Work Groups is at a transition point, and they are seeking additional stakeholder input to inform priorities for 2021 and beyond.
Last week, Colorado voters approved Proposition EE by a 2-1 margin, ensuring that universal preschool for all Colorado four-year-olds will start in the fall of 2023.
Colorado Gives Day is on December 8th, and that day will be here before you know it! Don’t miss your chance to make a year-end gift for Colorado kids by pre-scheduling your donation today.
Since Colorado implemented the Affordable Care Act (ACA), we’ve seen record low child uninsured rates (2.5 percent in 2015).
Join Raise Colorado, Small Business Majority, Illuminate Colorado, and Start Small Think Big on Wednesday, November 18 at 12:00 pm MT to learn how to market your child care business during the COVID-19 public health crisis.