The legislative session has finally come to an end, and despite it being difficult for conservative policies in general, there was bipartisan support for a number of bills we drafted, supported, and testified on.
Ready Colorado commissioned a poll by Cygnal to measure where Colorado voters stand on important educational issues.
From the birth of charter schools to Douglas County’s litigated Choice Scholarship Program, here’s the history of school choice in the State of Colorado.
A Community’s Fight for a High Quality School Watch as University Prep charter school works with their community to open in Adams 14, one of Colorado’s...
Do Black students matter to school board members? Apparently not if you’re a school board member backed by the teachers union, if a recent charter school battle in Denver is any indication.
Though the State Board of Education oversees and approves a multi-billion dollar budget and makes policies that govern Colorado’s 170+ school districts, it remains a relatively obscure aspect of our state’s government.
A School for Every Kid Produced alongside the Colorado Charter School Institute, “A School for Every Kid” highlights charter schools in the state that are innovating in...
Charter schools have nearly a 3:1 favorable image and 76% of voters believe that parents should have a say in what their children are taught.