The Colorado Education Initiative Receives Funding to Increase the Number of CO Students in AP Courses

April 2, 2014

March 21, 2014

DENVER, CO – The Colorado Education Initiative (CEI) announced today two contributions from the Anschutz Foundation and El Pomar Foundation to support CLF’s Colorado Legacy Schools initiative, which focuses on increasing the number and diversity of students succeeding in Advanced Placement (AP) math, science, and English courses.

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