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FSCP Essential Element- Dedicate Necessary Resources

Pause on 2020-21 and 2021-22 State Accountability System Due to COVID-19

A second year of Accountability Pause (2021-2022) has been authorized by the Colorado legislature. The state's accountability system has been paused for 2020-21 and 2021-22. More details on the implications of a pause in accountability are available in the links below.

 

Dedicate Necessary Resources

 

Essential Element Definition:

Necessary resources integrate and elevate partnering practices to scale. Self-assess with the following:

  • How do you implement evidence-based practices to cultivate and sustain FSCP?
  • Where are you now and where will you go?
  • How will you continually improve your family partnerships through community-based resources?


Essential Element 4: Dedicate Necessary Resources


To visit this Essential Element's Promising Partnership Practices, click the icon to the right. 

Promising Partnership Practices are collected practices from schools and districts about working with families for student learning.

Dedicate Necessary Resources: Essential Element 4: Promising Partnership Practices
 

Essential Element Video Interviews

In this section, the Colorado Department of Education has engaged in meaningful interviews with entities around the state. We hope you enjoy learning more about the essential elements and how these schools, districts, and institutes of higher education are partnering with families and communities to improve student outcomes.

Cimarron Elementary School
Instructional Rounds Reimagined ​

Boulder Valley School District
Food Outreach Champions​

Foothills Elementary School
The HUB @ Foothills Foodies​


Rocky Mountain Prep Creekside
FAST Team

Boulder Valley School District
The Digital Divide During COVID​

Metropolitan State University of Denver
Immigrant Services Program​


Meadow Point Elementary School
Summer Food Service Program​