Every Child Succeeds

The Denver Board of Education is the policymaking body for Colorado’s largest school district, and the board’s powers and duties are established in state law. Board study sessions, meetings and public comment take place at the Emily Griffith Campus, 1860 Lincoln St., unless otherwise posted.

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 – April 12, 2018 Focus on Achievement

Focusing on Racial Equity for Students with Disabilities  At the April 12, 2018 Focus on Achievement study session, the Board of Education heard about the changes the Student Equity and Opportunity (SEO) team is focusing on to better serve our students, in particular our students of color with disabilities. Associate Chief of SEO Dr. Eldridge Greer

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Board Member Lisa Flores and Superintendent Tom Boasberg attend Highland United Neighbors Inc. Meeting – March 20, 2018

Denver Public Schools (DPS) Board member Lisa Flores and Superintendent Tom Boasberg had the opportunity to speak to the Highland United Neighbors Inc. (HUNI) on March 20, 2018. Included in the many topics discussed were the impacts of TABOR and Gallagher and how this affects school funding. Neighbors learned about the 100 plus community gardens

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Board of Education Meeting Update – March 15, 2018

Resolution to Support Colorado Superintendents’ School Funding Distribution Formula  At the March 15, 2018 meeting the Board of Education unanimously passed a resolution to support a new school funding formula proposed by superintendents throughout the state in House Bill 18-1232. The resolution states that Colorado’s current funding formula, passed in 1994, needs to be modernized to best

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