October
29th 2010
Arm Yourself with Colorado State Board of Education Candidate Information

Posted under Education Politics & Grades and Standards & Independence Institute & Innovation and Reform & PPC & School Finance & State Board of Education

Keep saying it to yourself: The election is almost over. Last week I told you about the low-profile contests for Colorado State Board of Education and the Denver Post endorsements in those races. My takeaway: Wouldn’t it be cool to have more education transformers on the Board?

If you have State Board members on your ballot and you’re not sure how to vote, or you just want to be a more informed citizen, I commend to you the profiles posted today at Education News Colorado. Candidates in the 2nd, 5th and 6th District — the three seats up for grabs in 2010 — responded to questions about school funding, selecting a new commissioner, common core standards, testing and Race to the Top. Check it out.

So all you big people out there, arm yourselves with the information you need. While you’re filling out your ballots for those big races and issues, don’t forget to get educated on the people who want to represent you in overseeing our state’s K-12 public education. One other resource: an iVoices podcast you can listen to with current State Board chair Bob Schaffer explaining what it is the Board does and how it works.

You have no excuses now.

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2 Responses to “Arm Yourself with Colorado State Board of Education Candidate Information”

  1. Ed is Watching » Do Teachers Like Their Hard-Earned Money Being Spent on Political Lies? on 01 Nov 2010 at 11:01 am #

    [...] really, really glad — I am that the elections are almost over? Just when little old me thinks I’m done writing about topics related to the election, I find a story like this one at Face The State about a highly deceitful group’s campaign [...]

  2. Do Teachers Like Their Hard-Earned Money Being Spent on Political Lies? | Colorado Education Association on 03 Feb 2011 at 2:24 pm #

    [...] really, really glad — I am that the elections are almost over? Just when little old me thinks I’m done writing about topics related to the election, I find a story like this one at Face The State about a highly deceitful group’s campaign [...]

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