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.
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.
The Colorado Department of Education will drop PARCC as their statewide assessment but will keep Pearson as the contractor to develop the new assessment.
The Colorado Legislature is close to passing a student data privacy law that would inform parents about what data collection occurs and provide transparency.
HF 1208 introduced in the Colorado House would repeal the Common Core State Standards in Colorado and remove Colorado from the PARCC assessment consortia.
The Colorado State School Board’s 4-3 vote to allow schools to seek waivers from administering the first part of the PARCC assessments brings legal scrutiny.
More than 5,000 Colorado 12th graders opted out of a new state-mandated science and social studies assessment last week. Here are some
Similar to what John Eppolito experienced in Nevada, parents in Colorado are having a difficult time accessing their own student’s data, but
A running list of Common Core related legislation filed in State Legislatures across the United States. This list will be continually updated.
As state legislatures across the country are starting new sessions I thought it would be a good time to highlight how the