2015-16 Online & Blended Teacher and School Counselor Recognition
Online Task Force
Colorado House Bill 14-1382 (HB 1382) required the convening of an Online Task Force to review best practices and policies for authorizing and administering multi-district online schools, provide the State Board of Education with recommendations regarding quality standards and practices for authorizers, and provide recommendations to the State Board of Education and General Assembly regarding the regulatory and statutory changes that are necessary to certify authorizers of multi-district online schools.
Office of Blended & Online Learning ListServ
To receive updates from the Office of Blended & Online Learning, please send an email with your name and email address to firstname.lastname@example.org.
College Level Online Courses
For information regarding Online Courses in Higher Education, please visit the Colorado Department of Higher Education.
The Office of Blended & Online Learning serves and supports Online & Blended Learning Schools, Programs, Students, Parents, Authorizers, other related entities, and individuals related to K-12 Online & Blended Learning in Colorado. We are committed to providing information to all interested parties, as well as supporting the responsible growth of Online Learning & Blended Learning.
The Office of Blended & Online Learning began duties October 1, 2007 under Senate Bill 215 legislation. Our purposes are:
- To support Online Schools, Programs, Students, Parents, Authorizers, and other entities related to Online Learning by providing information and access to available data;
- To facilitate the certification of Multi-District Online Schools.