The hottest topic of the 2015 Legislative Session was undeniably testing. Passions were high on both sides of the issue and Legislators took until the final hours of the session to pass a compromise testing bill. The biggest changes are seen in grades K-2 and 10-12 testing. Testing in grades 3-9 remain largely unchanged. For a full explanation of the testing bill, please refer to Chalkbeat Colorado’s article. GSV will continue to monitor the testing dilemma and its impacts on education funding.
VISIONOur vision is a St. Vrain Valley community that is informed about education funding in Colorado and empowered to take action for the benefit of our schools.
•To communicate current facts about education funding in Colorado
•To promote informed decision-making on both state and local school finance issues
•To provide opportunities for participation in education funding decisions that impact the school communities of the St. Vrain Valley
- RT @greated: These 10 Colorado lawmakers are rethinking how the state pays for its public schools chalkbeat.org/posts/co/2017/… #FundingMatters 2 months ago
- RT @Singer4Colorado: @grassrootssv presents to @SVVSD Principals, Administrators, and Parents (aka Leaders) on funding our schools to suppo… 3 months ago
- GSV is at Bars&Graphs w/CO Fiscal Institute.Wrappy Hour of 2017 Legislative Session.Nice turnout of engaged advocat… twitter.com/i/web/status/8… 4 months ago
DONATEGrassroots St. Vrain is an independent non-profit 501(c)4. Although your donations are not tax-deductible, even a small contribution will help to continue our goal of reaching people in our community. Learn, Share, Grow! or mail checks to Grassroots St. Vrain 8847 Spring Creek Trail Longmont, CO 80503