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Despite a booming economy, Colorado’s school funding lags

As hundreds of educators from across the state plan to walkout Monday to fight for increased school funding and teacher pay at the state capitol, data shows that despite Colorado's booming economy, our public schools are still struggling. Denver7 – The Denver Channel

What makes Colorado, Colorado?


¿Qué hace que Colorado sea Colorado?


2017 Great Education Colorado Luncheon

Honoring Colorado's Teachers at the 7th Annual Great Education Colorado Luncheon. A team of student filmmakers created this video tribute to teachers. The film was released as part of the Vicki A. Mattox Education Award celebration to honor Colorado's Teachers.

Public education supporter speaks to the need to support all districts

Parent and public school supporter, Sean Burke, explains why he joined the Colorado Education Network.Learn more about the Colorado Education Network at www.ColoradoEducationNetwork.org.

Education and civil rights

Dr. Joyce Brooks shares her own life story linking the fight for civil rights and the critical role education plays.Learn more about the Colorado Education Network at www.ColoradoEducationNetwork.org.

What happens when communities demand better schools for their kids?

Dr. Joyce Brooks shares her own life story linking the fight for civil rights and the critical role education plays.

Teachers are not the problem…

This short video clip of Principal Lyn Bajaj at Field Elementary School in Littleton Public Schools speaks to what the real problem is... 

The effects of poverty are real

This short video clip of Principal Lyn Bajaj at Field Elementary School in Littleton Public Schools reminds us of the real effects of poverty.According to the Kids Count website at http://www.coloradokids.org/data/kidscount/:In the 2015-16 school year, there were more than 350 schools across Colorado in which at least 75 percent of students qualified for free or reduced-price lunch (FRL), a threshold commonly used to identify high-poverty schools. In 2015, more than 320,000 children—one in four Colorado kids—lived in a family in which no parent had regular, full-time employment.

Every child deserves a quality education and a fair shot at their dreams

Parent and education advocate Maisha Fields explains why she joined Colorado Education Network and the importance of using our network to advocate for equitable funding for all Colorado students.Learn more about the Colorado Education Network at www.ColoradoEducationNetwork.org.