Early Learning Ventures Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership Model

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In 2015, Early Learning Ventures (ELV) received a federal Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership (EHS-CCP) grant, which enabled ELV to provide comprehensive services to 240 children under three years old by partnering with 32 child care providers across four counties in Colorado. After just one year of EHS-CCP implementation, providers partnering with ELV experienced stronger … Read more >

Special Education Data Reports

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The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) 2004 requires the state to report on Special Education Administrative Units’ performance compared to state targets and state performance.  The website contains reports based on local Special Education Administrative Units and the demographics of children with a disability who are served, as well as Positive Child Outcomes for … Read more >

Special Education Administrative Unit Performance Profiles

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The  Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) 2004 requires the state to report on Special Education Administrative Units’ performance compared to state targets and state performance.  The website contains local profiles including a series of State Performance Plan indicators, such as Suspensions and Expulsions, Preschool Outcomes, Early Childhood Transitions and Parent Involvement.   Published by: … Read more >

Colorado Preschool Program (CPP) Annual Slot Allocation Information

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The Colorado Preschool Program (CPP) is a state funded preschool program administered by the Colorado Department of Education (CDE). Enacted by the Colorado General Assembly in 1988, CPP currently provides funding for up to 29,360 young children who have certain risk factors associated with later challenges in school.   This website contains school district-based CPP slot allocations … Read more >

Colorado Preschool Program (CPP) Annual Legislative Report

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The Colorado Preschool Program (CPP) is a state funded preschool program administered by the Colorado Department of Education (CDE). Enacted by the Colorado General Assembly in 1988, CPP currently provides funding for up to 29,360 young children who have certain risk factors associated with later challenges in school.   This report provides information on the  number … Read more >

Kindergarten School Readiness Data Collection

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The purpose of the Kindergarten School Readiness (KSR) data collection is to provide baseline data for measuring improvement in students’ knowledge and skills over time. On this site, you can access the most recent Kindergarten School Readiness Data report, as well as information on assessment tools and additional resources.     Published by: Colorado Department … Read more >

The Colorado READ Act Data Dashboard

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The Colorado Reading to Ensure Academic Development Act (READ Act) focuses on early literacy development for all students with special attention for students at-risk for not achieving reading proficiency by third grade. Importantly, the READ Act focuses on identifying students with significant reading deficiencies (SRD), engaging parents in the development of reading improvement plans, and … Read more >

Office of Early Childhood – Reports and Data Page

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This web-page contains a variety of publicly available data and reports within three tabs: Available Data – Provides a link to the Colorado Information Marketplace and archived versions of the Colorado Licensed Child Care Facilities Report going back to April of 2016 Data Requests – Provides a link to the online data request form for the Office … Read more >

Colorado Nurse-Family Partnership 2017 Annual Evaluation Report

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The report provides an overview of the Nurse-Family Partnership program in Colorado.  The report provides demographic information on the clients served, client outcomes, return on investment, who manages the program and how the program is funded. The Executive Summary can be found HERE. Published by: Invest In Kids Published date: February 2018

2018 KIDS COUNT!

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The 2018 edition of KIDS COUNT in Colorado! examines child well-being trends across the 25-year history of the comprehensive report on child well- being. From plummeting infant mortality rates to a concerning rise in teen suicides, the anniversary edition of the KIDS COUNT report offers a long-term look at how Colorado kids are faring—and what … Read more >