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Rural Coaction Program

Colorado ESSER Report: Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund

Chief of Staff Scott Jones delivers update on CDE’s ESSER fund rollout to the Board of Education

Colorado school districts have been able to provide more after-school programs, summer learning opportunities and focused studies on math and literacy thanks to $1.8 billion the state received in ESSER funding, according to Scott Jones, CDE's chief of staff. 

Rural Coaction grant helps to collaboratively build and expand student pathway opportunities

Rural school districts in Colorado are being seen as a big part of the solution when it comes to the coming labor shortage that is being predicted in a wide variety of employment areas, including construction, education, health care, hospitality and transportation.

South Central BOCES to expand student pathways with Rural Coaction Grant

For many urban school districts, students are able to tap into state-of-the-art career technical facilities such as St. Vrain Valley School District’s Innovation Center and Cherry Creek School District’s Innovation Campus.