Proposition 109 won’t fix Colorado’s roads, but it will cost us. With no sustainable way to repay the bonds issued by Prop 109, Colorado must set aside $260 million each year for the next two decades.
Our KidsFlash blog helps child advocates and policymakers stay up to date on the latest child well-being news from the Colorado State Capitol and around the state. Find data and research on child health, early childhood education and development, K-12 education, and more. 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 your need to make a difference in the lives of Colorado's children.
As we noted earlier this summer, the Colorado Children’s Campaign is supporting a ballot measure that could drastically improve mental health and addiction services in Denver. Vote yes on Caring 4 Denver, Initiated Ordinance 301.
Our Nov. 2 Annual Luncheon will feature an incredible panel of teen advocates from around the state sharing their stories of activism, passion and efforts to build a better Colorado. Amelia is one of the teens who’ll sit down for a conversation with our featured speaker, Pulitzer Prize-winner Jose Antonio Vargas.
Mark your calendar for Monday, Dec. 10 for the Early Childhood Advocacy Training presented by Child Care Works, the Prenatal, Infant, Toddler Coalition, Early Childhood Council Leadership Alliance, Clayton Early Learning, and the Colorado Children’s Campaign.
KIDS COUNT Travel came to an end last week at the Children’s Campaign after our team presented at community forums in Summit County and Moffat County. Our visit to Summit County included a presentation to The Rotary Club of Summit County, as well as a […]
On Oct. 30 more than 30 Colorado schools will be offering free college applications for students. Gov. John Hickenlooper declared October as College Application Month in an effort to increase access for all students to pursue higher education.