This document is intended to be used by staff of the Colorado Department of Education (CDE) when developing and reviewing agreements involving the disclosure of personally identifiable student information (PII) to outside entities, such as contracted vendors or the authorized staff of other state agencies. Because this document will be reviewed and updated on a regular basis., prepared by CDE Staff., "March 2014.", Online resource; title from PDF caption (viewed November 2016)
supplementary study prepared by teachers and leaders of adult education, recreation and nursery schools of Colorado and Wyoming assembled for their annual workshop conference held at Colorado State College of Education, Greeley, Colorado September 3 to 13, inclusive 1940., Print version record.
"October 24, 2008.", Description based on online resource; title from PDF cover; (viewed September 2014), Outline of Colorado laws and regulations, collected for Colorado Department of Education, and relevant to Expelled and At-Risk Student Services.
The Colorado Department of Education developed this resource guide to support schools and districts that engage external service providers as part of their school improvement process. A number of schools and districts are incorporating external expertise into their turnaround or transformation strategies with support from School Improvement Grants or Tiered Intervention Grant. Regardless of whether services are purchased with grant funds or per pupil revenue, spending public money requires the highest level of transparency and prudent decision-making when it comes to purchasing processes. This guide is designed to inform best practice when it comes to identifying potential providers, issuing a request for proposal based on identified needs, evaluating potential providers and their proposals, contracting with an external provider, and evaluating and monitoring the providers ongoing performance., "November 2011.", Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed October 2016)
This interpretation guide provides information about the CELApro administered in 2010. CELApro is the language proficiency assessment used as one data point in the body of evidence for classifying and monitoring the progress of English Learners (ELs) in the acquisition of English. This assessment measures social and academic language use in four major skill areas-Listening, Speaking, Reading, and Writing-along a continuum of five language development levels: Beginning, Early Intermediate, Intermediate, Proficient, and Advanced. The assessment takes into account the students' maturation and cognitive skills by providing age-appropriate tests covering the following grade spans: K, 1, 2, 3-5, 6-8, and 9-12., "CELApro.", Description based on online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed February 2014)
The CSAPA is an alternate assessment for students with a disability that represents a severe cognitive challenge and who are unable to participate in the general, on-grade CSAP even with accommodations., "October 1, 2007.", Includes bibliographical references (p. 76-77), Description based on online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed February 2007)