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 – October 18, 2018 Regular Board Meeting

Superintendent Boasberg Honored at His Final Board Meeting  At its meeting tonight, the Board of Education honored Superintendent Tom Boasberg, whose last day with the district is tomorrow after 10 years of service. The board read a proclamation honoring Boasberg and showed a celebratory video about the progress made during his tenure. Former board members,

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Board of Education Update – October 15, 2018 Work Session

Great Schools in Every Neighborhood  At the October 15, 2018 work session, the Board of Education heard about several key components to reaching our Denver Plan goal of Great Schools in Every Neighborhood. Students and families thrive when they have high-quality schools. DPS is committed to dramatically increasing the quality of schools available in every neighborhood to ensure

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Board of Education Update – October 4, 2018 Focus on Achievement

Student Equity & Opportunity: Eliminating Barriers, Accelerating Academic Growth At the October 4, 2018 Focus on Achievement meeting, the Board of Education heard an update on how changes to the Student Equity & Opportunity (SE&O) division are playing out in DPS schools thus far this school year. Associate Chief of SE&O Eldridge Greer started the meeting asking

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