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21. Colorado State Resources
Contact information for disability resources.Category Regional North America Disability Resources...... State agencies and Organizations. Special education Lorrie Harkness, Director Specialeducation Services Unit colorado Department of education 201 E
NICHCY State Resources : Colorado
A publication of the National Information Center for Children and Youth with Disabilities
Colorado State Resources
Table of Contents
State Agencies Disability Organizations Parent Organizations Other Organizations
The offices listed on this state sheet are primarily state-level offices. Even if an office is not close to your home, they can usually put you in touch with resources in your community, as well as provide you with information and assistance about disability issues in your state. If you find that an address or number has changed or is incorrect, please e-mail us at and let us know.
State Agencies and Organizations
Age of Eligibility
Each state sets eligibility ages for services to children and youth with disabilities. For current information concerning this state, please contact the office listed under Department of Education: Special Education United States Senators
Honorable Wayne Allard (R)
525 Dirksen Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510

22. Colorado Arts Education Protocol
H. Funding agencies such as colorado Council on the Arts (CCA); Scientific and CulturalFacilities District colorado Alliance for Arts education 200 Grant

Arts Education Protocols
Colorado Model Content Standards Grade Level Expectations Advisors to the Commissioner ... 2002 Update on Dance
The Colorado Arts Education Protocol
For use with all Arts Education Partnerships

April, 1996
Click on icon to download the printable version of the Colorado Arts Education protocol. I
VII Rationale Beliefs The Partners Partnership Operating Procedures ... Protocol Distribution The Colorado Alliance for Arts Education (CAAE) and its member organizations are committed to the philosophy that arts education defined as the disciplines of dance, music, theatre and the visual arts which are bodies of knowledge and skills to be acquired by studentsshould be delivered in a comprehensive, sequential manner from early childhood education (ECE) through 12th grade and beyond by duly certified discipline specialists; and that external providers offer a variety of programs that are important to and support the delivery of arts education in Colorado schools. The CAAE is aware that there are both tremendous and complex challenges inherent in partnerships between schools and external providers. Because of this, the following Protocol has been developed in an effort to prevent misunderstandings and create a common vocabulary and procedure from which such partnerships may be knowledgeably and successfully developed.

23. Education
Title I To Local education agencies, to a Census Bureau report on public education. orgAlabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California colorado Connecticut Delaware

24. Colorado Non-Public Schools - Resources
Private School Accreditation agencies PO Box 873011 Tempe, AZ 852873011 CDEHome Page Top of Page Return to colorado education Page State
Colorado Department of Education
Colorado Private Schools Resources
This is a partial list of private school resources. Some of the following organizations may subscribe to a particular religious orientation. The Colorado Department of Education does not endorse any particular group or organization but provides these contacts strictly as an informational service to those interested in private schools. School Searches: National Center for Education Statistics
Institute of Education Sciences, U.S. Dept. of Education
1990 K Street, NW, Washington, DC 20006, USA, Phone: (202) 502-7300
The Association of Boarding Schools
4455 Connecticut Avenue, Suite A-200
Washington, D.C. 20008
Phone: (202)966-8705
Fax: (202)966-8708
Email: Links to Private School Directories Private School Accreditation Agencies: Association of Colorado Independent Schools (ACIS)
714 Sugar Mill Avenue
Longmont, CO 80501

25. / Public Relations Education - Colorado State University
colorado State's Public Relations Program Organizer. PR education in the News Educator Listservs. Online Book Publishers Listservs agencies PR Wire
PR -education. org Web portal to public relations education New on Site! 90+ Faculty Openings Listed PRSA Ethics Teaching Materials Now Online News Faculty Shortage Termed CriticalNews Release (.doc) Students Where to Study Public Relations
Careers Planning
Internships and Employment PR Research Links ... International Public Relations Association Colorado State's Public Relations Program Organizer Educators AEJMC ICA NCA PRSA Educators Academy ... Educator Listservs Practitioners Professional Organizations Seminar Sponsors ABC Accreditation APR Universal Accreditation ... Employment Resources Resources Publications Online Book Publishers Listservs Agencies ... Vendors Links: Academic General Activism Advertising ... Risk/Scientific Communication Research: Guide to Research Research Articles 1989- Books for Graduate Research Research Papers and Articles Online ... Communications Technology Bibliography Research Reports Practitioner Surveys Year 2000 Gender Study - PRSA The Institute for Public Relations Select "Research" Supporters The Institute for Public Relations Council of Public Relations Firms PRSA Foundation IABC Research Foundation ... Scott Cutlip Tribute About This Site Purpose Send comments Submit a Link Web-ster

26. Resource Guides For School Library Media Program Development advocates of the original colorado study. Originally pdf Iowa Area education agencies research study
Student Achievement
Lance, Keith Curry, Marcia J. Rodney and Christine Hamilton-Pennell. How School Librarians Help Kids Achieve Standards. Denver: Library Research Service, 2000. Executive summary of the second "Colorado Study" conducted by Keith Curry Lance and the Library Research Service. Lance, Keith Curry. "The Impact of School Library Media Centers on Academic Achievement." School Library Media Quarterly 22, no. 3 (Spring 1994): 167-170, 172. Keith Curry Lance, director of the Library Research Service, highlights the major findings and their importance to school library media practitioners, researchers and advocates of the original "Colorado study." Originally published in School Library Media Quarterly , the article has been reprinted online in School Library Media Research Lance, Keith Curry, and others. Information Empowered: The School Librarian as an Agent of Academic Achievement in Alaska Schools. Juneau: Alaska State Library, 1999.

27. Higher Education Partnership Links
Links to Other States' education and Higher education agencies colorado Departmentof education, colorado Commission on Higher education Partnership PO Box 761


Links to Other Education Resources
Links to Other States' Education and Higher Education Agencies
State State Education Department State Higher
Education Agency Alabama Alabama State Department of Education Alabama Commission for
Higher Education
Alaska Alaska Department of Education University of Alaska
Board of Regents
Arizona Arizona Department of Education Arizona Commission for
Postsecondary Education
Arkansas Arkansas State Department of Education Arkansas Institutions of
Higher Education
California California Department of Education - Goldmine California Postsecondary Education Commission Colorado Colorado Department of Education Colorado Commission on Higher Education Connecticut Connecticut State Education Department Board of Governors for Higher Education Delaware Delaware State Department of Education Delaware Higher Education Commission Washington D.C

28. About The Colorado Rural Development Council Home Membership
will continue to join other agencies in assessing Resources, Department of education,Department of Community Colleges of colorado, colorado State University
About the Colorado Rural Development Council Home
Membership Structure
CRDC Meeting Calendar

The Colorado Rural Development Council is a part of the National Rural Development Partnership, originally the National Initiative for Rural America started by the Bush Administration in 1990. Since that time, the grassroots oriented State Rural Development Councils (SRDCs) have expanded from the original 8 councils to 40. National Rural Development Partnership Colorado began the task of forming its Council in February 1993 when Governor Romer convened a statewide Conference on Rural Development. A 30 member Interim Steering Committee was created from the over 300 attendees to formulate a method by which Council would be formed. In 2003 CRDC reorganized its governace structure with a new Board of Directors including federal representatives from USDA-Rural Development, Health and Human Services, Housing and Urban Development, and US Forest Service, state representatives from DOLA, Governor's Office of Economic Development, Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment and CSU Cooperative Extension, and locally includes four local community members.
    BOARD OF DIRECTORS Federal Representatives USDA-Rural Development, Gigi Dennis, State Director

29. CRDC Projects And Activities Home CRDC 2003 Work Plan (PDF Format
need for many communities, agencies, parents and Business and Community Relations,colorado Community College Occupational education System, colorado

    CRDC Projects and Activities
    CRDC 2003 Work Plan (PDF format) Colorado Youth Resource Directory
    A statewide on-line database of youth programs and resources. The Directory debuted in cyberspace on May 1, 2000 Project History:
Many communities, state agencies, local governments, schools and civic groups have recognized the need for involvement of young adults in policy and decision making processes at a local, regional and statewide level. Organizations such as the Colorado Rural Development Council (CRDC) and Colorado Center for Healthy Communities are working to directly involve youth in the process of community decision-making. Many recognize the need to provide youth with the tools and resources needed for them to become well-rounded, educated, productive members of their communities. Rural areas, in particular, are concerned with grooming their youth to become future community leaders. Investigations show there are currently an astounding number and variety of programs targeted toward youth in Colorado. However, there appears to be little awareness of the depth, nature and availability of these programs and resources. In fact, access to information about these programs emerges as an important need for many communities, agencies, parents and young people. The vision for the Colorado Youth Resource Directory was to create a highly searchable, interactive on-line database of youth programs. The database was designed be very user-friendly, allowing program leaders to self-enter program information. To keep the database current and self-sustaining, bi-annual email messages will automatically be sent to program coordinators, reminding them to update their program information.

30. ECS State Files Home
education agencies State Higher education agencies State Legislatures state leadersshape education policy 700 Broadway, 1200 Denver, colorado 802033460
Click on the Map Above
or Select a State:
Alabama Alaska American Samoa Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Puerto Rico Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virgin Islands Virginia Washington Washington DC West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming 2002 Election Results
General Election Ballot Issues

Gubernatorial Election Results

Chief State School Officer Election
50-State Information

State Education Agencies

State Higher Education Agencies

State Legislatures
Summary of State-of-the-State Addresses 2003
"Helping state leaders shape education policy"

31. ECS Issue Site: State Boards/Chiefs/Agencies
State education agencies are generally responsible for the Helping state leaders shapeeducation policy 700 Broadway, 1200 Denver, colorado 802033460

32. Professional Development
In addition, research directorates of funding agencies like NASA Dr. Alex Weaver,Director of education and Outreach Morrow, 303492-7321,
Attention Scientists, Engineers and EPO Leads
SSI is one of the few organizations in the country implementing workshops on K-12 science education for scientists, engineers, and the professionals who facilitate their involvement in Education and Public Outreach (EPO).
Why is learning about K-12 Education and Public Outreach important to scientists?
Bruce Alberts, president of the National Academy of Sciences, is on record as a strong advocate of scientists becoming more actively and effectively engaged in K-12 science education reform. In addition, research directorates of funding agencies like NASA and NSF are increasingly encouraging (and in some cases requiring) the integration of science and education and greater scientist involvement in EPO. For example, every NASA Office of Space Science flight project proposal is now required to include an Education and Public Outreach segment budgeted at 1-2% of mission cost. The NSF Geosciences Directorate recently published a strategy for education and is also strongly encouraging the scientists it funds to become more involved in EPO activities. Our workshops can be very valuable in support of your EPO efforts. We can assist you with forging an appropriate link between the science and EPO components of your professional activities and with identifying appropriate EPO roles for scientists.

33. Colorado Arts Consortium - Serving Community Arts
of community service as part of their higher education. on the Arts organized theColorado Arts Consortium grant General Assembly funds to local arts agencies.
Our Vision . . . . Our Mission T he Arts help us understand the human experience and in so doing build and nurture strong communities. The Colorado Arts Consortium's vision is to integrate the arts into the core of community life because the arts are essential to the development of the human spirit and potential. T he Colorado Arts Consortium brokers ideas, resources, and services among communities, organizations, and individuals.
Membership Become a Member of the Colorado Arts Consortium T he Consortium is one of 35 statewide assemblies of local arts councils in the nation. It is composed of 55 member councils representing 1.8 million people, 55% of the state s population. Membership reflects the scope of programming:
  • C ategory I (11 Members) Full-time staff and budgets over $l00,000; generally over 10 years old; look to the Consortium for advanced management training, information on national trends, direction in pursuing new challenges
  • C ategory II (21 members) Part-time (if any) staff and budgets between $25,000-$50,000; generally between 5-10 years old; look to the Consortium for help in solidifying their programs, funding and role in the community

34. Canon City Daily Record - Canon City Colorado - Education Resources
colorado State University http// - Find information from morethan 70 federal agencies. http//

elow you'll find some links to sites covering a number of different topics that we hope will be helpful in your school studies. Our plan is to steadily expand and refine this page, and to that end we encourage students, teachers, and parents to send us an e-mail if you know of a link that others would find useful or if you have any other suggestions that would make this page a more valuable tool.
Social studies/Political science The Bureau of Labor Statistics
- This U.S. government site is suitable for use by high school and college-aged students. It provides information about the economic condition of the nation and the country's workforce. State of Colorado -

35. Resources For Charter-Granting Agencies
an electronic forum for chartergranting agencies. Arizona Department of education'sweb site contains a colorado Department of education's web site contains
Resources for Charter-Granting Agencies
Roles and Responsibilities of Charter-Granting Agencies In California, charter schools are approved and overseen by school districts, county offices of education, and the State Board of Education. These charter-granting agencies have four primary responsibilities: Charter petition review Developing operational relationships Oversight and monitoring Renewal
Toolkits designed for Charter-Granting Agencies To help charter-granting agencies with their challenging task, the Charter Schools Development Center has developed the Charter-Granting Agencies' Tool Kit with sample documents gathered from across the country to help charter-granting agencies with this challenging task. Section one contains resources on how to review charter petitions, including sample charters, suggested charter evaluation criteria, sample charter review process, sample financial plans and business plan criteria, and pre-operations school start-up check lists. Section two includes sample documents related to the operational relationships with charter schools in such areas as funding arrangements, special education, facilities and administrative services.

36. OSEP Technical Assistance And Dissemination Network Projects
Consists of over 40 projects funded by the United States Department of education's Office of Special Category Reference education Special education...... Urban School Improvement University of colorado at Denver 3808 fax joy@nasdse.orgThe primary information among federal, state, and local education agencies.
Technical Assistance
About the FRC Conferences Federal
... RRFC Network Technical

What's New

Clearinghouses ERIC Clearinghouse on Disabilities and Gifted Education
ERIC/OSEP Special Project
The Council for Exceptional Children
1110 North Glebe Road Arlington, VA 22201-5704 phone/TTY fax ERIC is a distributed national information system designed to provide users with ready access to an extensive body of education-related literature. ERIC, established in 1966, is supported by The National Library of Education, a part of the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Educational Research and Improvement. The ERIC system WWW Home Page is maintained at the ACCESS ERIC facility. ERIC encompasses the world's largest and most frequently searched education database and a decentralized network of knowledgeable and helpful subject experts. ERIC also maintains an extensive Internet presence, including the award-winning AskERIC question-answering service and Virtual Library, the National Parent Information Network, and more than a dozen subject-oriented gopher and World Wide Web sites. HEATH Resource Center The George Washington University 2121 K Street, NW, Suite 220

37. RRFC Network
funded to assist state education agencies in the systemic improvement of educationprograms, practices of Indian Affairs (BIA), colorado, Kansas, Montana
RRFC Network
About the FRC Conferences Federal
... Publications RRFC Network Technical
What's New
Home The Regional Resource and Federal Centers (RRFC) Network is comprised of the six Regional Resource Centers for Special Education and the FRC.
listing of states by RRC
What are the Regional Resource Centers?
The six Regional Resource Centers (RRCs) are specifically funded to assist state education agencies in the systemic improvement of education programs, practices, and policies that affect children and youth with disabilities. The RRCs help states and U.S. jurisdictions find integrated solutions for systemic reform, offering consultation, information services, technical assistance, training, and product development. The beneficiaries of the RRCs' work are children and youth with disabilities, and the families and professionals associated with them.
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Which RRC serves my state?

38. Lindy Boggs National Center For Community Literacy
http// http// school,K12, adult education, and other education agencies and strive
Multicultural Education
BUENO Center for Multicultural Education
The BUENO Center for Multicultural Education at the School of Education at the University of Colorado at Boulder promotes quality education with an emphasis on cultural pluralism through research, training, and service projects. The Center is committed to facilitating equal educational opportunities for cultural and language minority students.
Center for Equal Opportunity
The Center for Equal Opportunity is devoted to the promotion of colorblind equal opportunity and racial harmony. The CEO focuses on three areas in particular, racial preferences, immigration and assimilation, and multicultural education.
CLMER programs focus on issues of excellence, equity and access for traditionally underserved or oppressed communities. They serve the needs of pre-school, K-12, adult education, and other education agencies and strive for an equitable society in which all people are given the opportunity to learn.

39. Virtual Schools
Schools operated by Regional agencies and Consortia. colorado Online School Consortium(Leadville, CO Virtual Greenbush (Southeast Kansas education Service Center
Call for Examples: Virtual Schools We are working on a second edition of Virtual High Schools: State of the States that will provide a wider view of the field. The first edition, published in Spring 2000, can be found online at: As part of this effort, we are compiling a list of virtual schools. Your assistance is requested in identifying existing and emerging virtual schools not in our initial list. For the purposes of this list, we define a "virtual school" as "an educational organization offering courses designed for K-12 learners through distance learning methods that include Web-based delivery." HYPERLINKED LISTING OF CURRENT SCHOOLS IDENTIFIED Below is the hyperlinked version of our current list. After reviewing the list, you may wish to go to the Virtual School List Survey web site, a site where you can suggest a school NOT YET LISTED or submit a comment, idea or lead about virtual schools. Please examine the listings below, BEFORE suggesting a virtual school through the Virtual School List Survey web site. WHAT'S NOT INCLUDED IN THE LIST...

40. Denver Youth Services Day Treatment Substance Abuse Education And Treatment Ment
oncall Licensed child placement agencies Behavioral and to Sentencing ProgramsEducation Probation referrals Sheriff's Department Share colorado Mile High


was incorporated in 1982 as an area wide, non-profit, community based program with the overall mission "to promote and provide a continuum of human services for children, youth and their families." Residential - housing for adolescents utilizing therapeutic intervention strategies Secured Detention - (therapeutic) facilities for adolescent males and females. Detention Alternatives - for juvenile offenders, Denver and Adams Counties. Restitution Programs - work experiences for youth who need to pay restitution either through monetary means or community service. Substance Abuse - to eliminate the effects of alcohol, other drugs and tobacco. Employment, Education and Vocational Education Health Care - Services for pregnant and parenting teens and H.I.V. awareness. Denver Area Youth Services has been serving youth and their families for 25 years. Each year, D.A.Y.S. assists over 3,000 youth and their families.
1240 West Bayaud Avenue, Denver, CO 80223
(303) 698-2300 FAX: (303) 698-2903

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