Less than a third of registered Colorado voters returned ballots in Tuesday’s election — a record low for an odd-year election.
Our KidsFlash blog helps child advocates and policymakers stay up to date on the latest child wellbeing news around the state. In our weekly newsletter, you can find data and research on child health, early childhood learning and development, K-12 education, and more. During the legislative session, KidsFlash also serves as a resource to help track important legislation and policies affecting Colorado's kids. Get the inside scoop on the Children's Campaign's outreach efforts - including information on important fundraising and advocacy events, as well as efforts being undertaken by the It's About Kids and Circle of Friends networks. The KidsFlash blog is your connection to the resources and information you need to make a difference in the lives of Colorado's children.
At the Colorado Children’s Campaign, we advocate for all kids to have access to age-appropriate, accurate, high-quality education – which includes teachings on race, identity, and social systems.
The 2021 election is on Nov. 2! Even though we are not electing state and federal officials, we will be voting on a number of ballot measures that will impact the lives of Colorado kids and families.
Celebrating our Hispanic- and Latino-led partner organizations / Celebrando nuestras organizaciones asociadas lideradas por hispanos y latinos
While we previously shared some opportunities to learn from our partners this month, the Children’s Campaign would like to take a moment to specifically highlight the work of some of our Hispanic- and Latino-led partners with the value of their perspectives, experiences, and expertise at the center.
What are the new protections for Colorado renters? / ¿Cuáles son las nuevas protecciones para los inquilinos de Colorado?
This year, Colorado enacted new laws, such as SB21-173, to better protect renters and prevent evictions.
Join COLOR, the Colorado Democratic Latino Caucus, and other community partners at the 2021 Latino Policy Listening Tour
On Sept. 25, the Colorado Organization for Latina Opportunity and Reproductive Rights (COLOR), the Democratic Latino Caucus, and other Latino community partners will continue hosting the Latino Policy Listening Tour.
On July 6, the governor signed several of our priority child and family health bills that will remove barriers and help more Colorado families thrive. This momentous occasion comes after months of dedicated work and advocacy efforts.
Capitol Update: Colorado legislator hears bills on child care workforce and the economic recovery this week
Child care and the economic recovery were front and center at the Capitol this week! Senate Bill 236, a bipartisan bill to increase child care capacity and support the early childhood workforce was heard in the Senate Education Committee.
Last Wednesday, Congress gave approval to one of the largest federal aid packages in American history.
Capitol Update: The Colorado General Assembly is back from recess and here is how the first week went
The 2021 Legislative Session has kicked off…again! After a month-long pause due to COVID-19 guidelines and restrictions, the legislature reconvened on Tuesday for what was technically “day 4” of this year’s session.