19th 2013
And Then There Were Three (Years of Colorado School Grades)

Posted under Grades and Standards & Independence Institute & Parents & School Choice

Three is a magic number… Yes it is! This week Colorado School Grades (CSG) issued their 3rd annual report cards of every public school in the state. If you don’t know what the website is about, I’m not going to rehash the basics except to say:

Now that we’re charmed the third time around, I don’t have to take time to point out the top-rated elementary, middle, and high school levels statewide. Why? Because CSG now has a blog to do that for us. Or you can just go ahead and search the new school grades data for a particular school or to compare a group of schools.

So congratulations to all those A-grade schools. And for Colorado parents looking to find a new school, don’t forget to use this great online tool along with the fantastic School Choice for Kids website.


2 Responses to “And Then There Were Three (Years of Colorado School Grades)”

  1. Ed is Watching » Easy for Me to Help Point Colorado Parents to Timely Info on Open Enrollment on 06 Jan 2014 at 2:15 pm #

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