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Commissioner Jones a Finalist in Clark County Superintendent Search
posted by: Kris | September 17, 2010, 10:10 am   

Colorado Commissioner Dwight Jones is one of three finalists to head Clark County Schools (Las Vegas), the nation's fifth-largest district.  According to State Board Member Bob Schaffer, R-4th District,  “We have encouraged the commissioner to develop Colorado’s profile as a reform-oriented state, with him as the leader of the effort, so it’s what you expect – the commissioner has done well in Colorado and is going to be noticed by states and districts in need of leadership outside of Colorado.  My opinion is the commissioner has performed in an exemplary fashion.” Read the EdNews'  report here.

Now is the Time to Refer a Friend to PACE
posted by: Megan | September 13, 2010, 04:24 pm   

The popular PACE referral program is here until the end of September.  You, as a PACE member, will receive $25 for every new member you recruit at the $180 professional level until the end of the month.  Receive a free PACE membership ($180 value) if you recruit three professional members during August or September.  


Welcome to the New PACE Website
posted by: Colin | September 01, 2010, 10:52 am   


If this is your first visit to, be sure to bookmark us now (or press ctrl+D).

The new PACE website includes some useful and fun new features, as well as all of the great material you are used to finding on the old PACE website.

PACE Awards Ten Scholarships for Educators to Attend the Rachel's Challenge Summit
posted by: Megan | June 09, 2010, 08:38 am   

Englewood, CO
– The Professional Association of Colorado Educators (PACE), the state’s only non-union teachers association, is pleased to announce that it has awarded ten scholarships for PACE members to attend the Rachel’s Challenge Summit – "Soar to New Heights, Renew Your Mind, and Inspire Your Heart” in Denver, June 23 – 26, 2010. PACE’s contribution of nearly $3,000 will cover the full fee for ten Colorado educators to attend the event.
March 2010 Education Matters: Head Start Lags Behind
posted by: Colin | March 22, 2010, 01:30 pm   

The March 2010 issue of Education Matters (now available for non-members to read and download) includes an article about a recent study of the federal Head Start program, "Head Start Lags Behind." The study reveals "few sustained benefits" for the students, despite the program costing $7 billion per year. In fact, the results are even less promising when, as the article's author, Lindsey Burke notes, it becomes clear the Department of Health and Human Services study used less rigorous standards when measuring data.

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