ReadyCO weighs in on a new policy to empower parents with more choice

What is the best way to improve Colorado’s lowest-performing schools? Ask the “experts” and you’ll likely get as many different answers as there are seats at Coors Field. Some will claim that more money is all they need to improve, others note that choice and competition often leads to better student outcomes, still others will point to specific models like Montessori or classical education. The best approach is hotly disputed, and the timelines for implementing these strategies and seeing significant results are often measured in decades.

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