by Keith Curry Lance and Linda Hofschire., "January 2012.", In fall 2011, LRS analyzed school library staffing data and Colorado Student Assessment Program (CSAP) reading scores over time. The findings indicated that Colorado schools that either maintained or gained an endorsed librarian between 2005 and 2011 tended to have more students scoring advanced in reading in 2011 and fewer students scoring unsatisfactory, compared with schools that either lost their librarians or never had one. In 2011, schools with at least one FTE endorsed librarian averaged significantly higher advanced CSAP reading scores and significantly lower unsatisfactory scores than schools with less than one FTE endorsed librarian. These findings remained significant when controlling for poverty., Online resource; title from PDF title page (viewed March 2018)
Colorado Department of Education (CDE) collected data to analyze demographics, trends, and performance in online schools over time. It includes assessment, pupil enrollment, demographic and socioeconomic data collected from 2003 through 2011. This study focused on only those students who were enrolled in full-time online schools., by Amanda Heiney, Dianne Lefly and Amy Anderson., "October 2012.", Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed April 2016)
designed and written by Barbara Palmer, Helen Ryley ; sponsored and funded by the Colorado Department of Education, Special Education Services Unit., Introduction -- Discovering the road to transition -- Identifying the destination : building a body of evidence -- Designing the map : IEP development -- Transition to careers -- Community agencies -- Tools, templates, and worksheets -- Resources/District information -- Career & academic planning guide : preparing today for tomorrow / Community Colleges of Colorado -- Cooperative services handbook for youth in transition -- A guide to school mental health services -- Cooperative planning handbook for youth with developmental disabilities., Information sheets are filed behind tabs and are updated irregularly. In addition, three seperately published CDE documents and one document from the Community Colleges of Colorado are inserted in the container.
The purpose of this guide is to equip present and future school board members with the knowledge they need to fulfill their duties., Cover title., The handbook was developed through the combined efforts of the Colorado Charter School Institute, the Colorado Department of Education (CDE) Schools of Choice Unit, and the Colorado League of Charter Schools.", Mode of access: World Wide Web.
"This study examines the leadership landscape in Colorado's charter schools using an extensive survey of charter administrators/principals. The survey was administered in fall 2009 and covered a broad range of topics in five general areas: Background of Charter Leaders, Leadership of Charter School Principals, Charter Principals and Boards, Charter Leaders' Time and Resources, and Instructional Leadership.", Cover title., "February 2010."--Footer., Includes bibliographical references (p. 35), Mode of access: World Wide Web.