By Marissa Page, Chalkbeat | September 7, 2017
When it comes to Colorado education, Elliott Asp has seen it all. He taught for several decades before serving as assistant superintendent in the Douglas County and Cherry Creek school districts, moved to the Colorado Department of Education and was appointed interim education commissioner in 2015. In spring of 2016, Asp transitioned to the nonprofit sector. He worked with the Washington, D.C.-based organization Achieve, and now serves as a senior partner at the Colorado Education Initiative, which works with the state education department to provide teacher training and to support programs in STEM, health and wellness, and other issues. Read more
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
November 10, 2015
DENVER, Colo. — More than ever before, middle and high school leaders are helping teachers deliver on Colorado’s vision for Next Generation Learning — an approach that lets students connect with the larger world; learn about careers; work on solving social problems; and develop skills they need to be happy, healthy, and productive adults.
But, school leaders often have few opportunities to get the high-quality professional learning and customized, real-time support they need. Read more →