Every Child Succeeds

The Denver Board of Education is the policy-making body for the district. Its powers and duties are established in state law.

Board study sessions, meetings and public comment are held at the Emily Griffith Campus, located at 1860 Lincoln St., Denver, unless otherwise posted.

The Denver Plan 2020 is Denver Public Schools’ five-year strategic plan. With the vision of Every Child Succeeds, DPS has committed to five specific goals designed to close academic achievement gaps and prepare all students for success in college and careers. For more information, go to the Denver Plan 2020 website.

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News & Announcements

Board of Education Meeting Update – September 18, 2017 Work Session

Statement on the Cost of Housing, Impact on Educators At the September 18, 2017 Work Session the Board of Education discussed a values statement on the cost of housing in Denver and its impact on our educators. In a proposed resolution, the board declared that increases in rental housing and home prices are outpacing income

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Board of Education Meeting Update – September 7, 2017 Special Meeting and Focus on Achievement Session

New Teachers Contract Approved At a special meeting, the Board of Education approved a strong new five-year collective bargaining agreement for DPS teachers. DPS and the Denver Classroom Teachers Association (DCTA) reached an agreement Sept. 1, which replaces the previous master agreement. The new agreement includes several major revision areas, including strong social and emotional supports for

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Board of Education Meeting Update – August 17, 2017

Board Celebrates Sustained Growth on State Tests: DPS Students Outpace State for Seventh Year in a Row The Denver Board of Education heard highlights from the release of state test data, which showed that students in DPS are outpacing their classmates across Colorado in academic growth in English language arts and math. This year’s results are

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