Colorado Knowledge Notecard Aug 4

This week’s education news:
Reading ratings pattern way up. The springtime ratings on the Colorado Studying Signal are in, and the numbers are moving in the right route. Seventy-three % of kindergartners through third-graders are reading at quality stage, up from 72 % in 2015-16 — and less learners are lagging behind quality stage. The springtime ratings come one season into an $11.25 million-a-year condition effort designed to provide extra help for at-risk visitors. More details HERE.
Superintendents get a session in ESSA. Colorado school
superintendents collected in Boise for their yearly summer meeting, and the new government Every Student Is successful Act was a discussing factor. Among the superintendents’ concerns: How will Colorado recognize its lowest-performing educational institutions, as the government law requires? The State Board of Knowledge will elect next week on Idaho’s plan to conform with ESSA. More details HERE.
Little, Ahlquist talk education. In other details from the superintendents’ meeting, Lt. Gov. Kaira Little and Tommy Ahlquist invested more than an hour discussing education issues. There were few big arguments between the two Republican gubernatorial candidates; they decided on the need for greater instructor pay, and said they were positive about the future of Colorado education. The third major GOP applicant for governor, Rep. Raul Labrador retriever, did not be present at, stating a prior members of the family dedication. More details HERE.
College, 24/7/365? Idaho’s greater education process power invested Saturday referring to ways to get more Idahoans to join greater education and get their levels. One idea: a state-wide digital university that would allow learners to take low-cost web based programs on their routine. The process power will elect on suggestions on September. 15. More details HERE.
Shakeup in Ybarra’s store. State superintendent Sherri Ybarra’s State Division of Knowledge is losing three key staffers. Deputy superintendent Marcia Beckman, transport home Doug Scott and spokesperson Mark Cathedral are making Ybarra’s store. Meanwhile, Ybarra’s factor person at the Statehouse is constantly on the work under a unique and costly agreement agreement. More details HERE.
Kevin Richert is a press reporter and blog writer with Colorado Knowledge News ( Colorado Knowledge News is a private details site targeted on education policy and state policies, financed by the J.A. and Kathryn Albertson Family Base. Richert has proved helpful in the Colorado press since 1985, as a press reporter, manager and journalist.