Every Child Succeeds

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With the vision of Every Child Succeeds, Denver Public Schools is guided by our five-year strategic plan, the Denver Plan 2020. This plan sets five goals for preparing Denver’s kids for college, careers and life. See how we’re doing on our District Progress page.

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News & Announcements

Board of Education Update – June 13, 2019 Board of Education Meeting

Board Approves Resolution in Support of Inclusive Practices  At the June 13, 2019 Board of Education meeting, the Denver Board of Education voted to approve a resolution that commits DPS to demonstrating inclusive practices in serving students with disabilities. The resolution also states DPS’ commitment to an ongoing campaign demonstrating the benefits of including students

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Board Meeting Update – June 10, 2019 Work Session

Superintendent’s Entry Plan Midpoint Update At the June 10, 2019 Work Session Superintendent Susana Cordova shared a progress update on her Entry Plan, which is the roadmap for the first phase of her district leadership and gives an overview of the specific action steps she has taken to launch DPS’ streamlined focus on Equity, Instructional

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Board of Education Update – June 6, 2019 Focus on Achievement

Road to Reading Partnership Fuels Holistic Approach to Preparing Young Learners for School At the June 6, 2019 Focus on Achievement session the Denver Board of Education heard an update on the progress of the Road to Reading initiative – a program that ensures children from birth to third grade have the language and literacy

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