Colorado Senate Bill Seeks to Protect Students Who Opt-Out From Assessments

SB18-011, filed this week in the Colorado Senate, seeks to ensure that students whose parents opt them out of assessments do not face punitive measures at school.

Colorado: Another Example of Federal “Flexibility”

The Feds rejected Colorado’s state accountability system that did not penalize schools with high opt-out rates, now the state will have two systems.

Colorado to Stop Giving PARCC Tests, But Stay With PARCC Developer

The Colorado Department of Education will drop PARCC as their statewide assessment but will keep Pearson as the contractor to develop the new assessment.

Common Core Advocates Refuse to Debate in Colorado

Parent Led Reform is hosting a Common Core Community Forum on Monday, August 12th from 7:30p-9p (MDT) in Centennial, CO.  Their intent