The primary focus of state monitoring activities is on improving educational results and functional outcomes for children with disabilities., "August 2012.", Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed February 2016)
We offer this calendar so you and your children can connect with each other in fun ways each day. The activities are designed for children under age six, but children of all ages may enjoy them. Whether you are a parent, caregiver, or guardian, remember that the best learning happens when you spend time reading, talking, playing, and exploring the world together., illustrations by Mary Bills., "Funded by the Temple Hoyne Buell Foundation.", Growing Readers Together is a program to support the development of early literacy skills in young children whose child care is routinely provided by extended family members, friends or neighbors (FFN) Growing Readers Together libraries identify and establish relationships with FFN through outreach, partnerships, specially-crafted programs, and the provision of early literacy materials., Includes bibliographical references., Cover title., Print version record.
"The Colorado environmental education plan is made possible by the hard work of the Colorado Alliance for Environmental Education, the support of many local organizations and businesses, and the input of over 600 Coloradans."
In 2010, House Bill 10-1131 was passed creating a Colorado Kids Outdoors Grant Program administered through the Colorado Department of Natural Resources, and requiring the Colorado Department of Education (CDE) to adopt a statewide plan for environmental education. The goals of both the grant program and the statewide plan are twofold: (1) to improve young peoples knowledge of the environment, and (2) to increase young peoples opportunities for outdoor educational experiences. In partnership with the Colorado Department of Natural Resources, CDE developed the Colorado Environmental Education Plan as a roadmap for building the partnerships and awareness needed to promote, coordinate, and sustain standards-based environmental education across the state., prepared by CDE Staff., "December 2012.", Online resource; title from PDF caption; (viewed November 2016)
The Colorado Department of Education (CDE) invites directors and coordinators of gifted student programs to collaborate in a monitoring process that continually improves gifted student learning and education. This process, called the Colorado -Gifted Education Review, or C-GER, is a shared responsibility of Administrative Units (AU) and CDE. In this joint effort, C-GER increases the capacity of educators and educational systems to identify and program for gifted learners. The results of C-GER allow each AU to prioritize areas for improvement as demonstrated in program plans and goals., "July 2010.", Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed August 2017)