Zoom press conference on Coloradans’ Disinterest in 2021 State Standardized Testing CEA, CASE CASB, and the Colorado Rural Schools Alliance to release polling, discuss experts’ CMAS recommendations

CONTACT
Frank Valdez
Colorado Education Association
[email protected]loradoea.org
720-372-8888 Cell

MEDIA ADVISORY
February 3, 2021

THURS. Zoom press conference on Coloradans’ Disinterest in 2021 State Standardized Testing
CEA, CASE, CASB, and the Colorado Rural Schools Alliance to release polling, discuss experts’ CMAS recommendations

DENVER - On Thursday, the state’s leading K-12 education experts will hold a virtual press conference to release new polling data showing clear majorities of Colorado voters and school parents put a higher priority on classroom instruction to close student learning gaps than on standardized testing to assess potential learning gaps. The leaders of the Colorado Education Association, the Colorado Association of School Executives, the Colorado Association of School Boards, and the Colorado Rural Schools Alliance will address the urgent need to postpone CMAS testing until 2022.

What: Education Stakeholders’ State Testing Virtual Press Conference

Who: Leaders of Colorado Education Association, Colorado Association of School Executives, Colorado Association of School Boards, and the Colorado Rural Schools Alliance 

When: Thursday, Feb. 4, 11:00 - 12:00 p.m.

RSVP: Frank Valdez, Director of Communications with the Colorado Education Association at [email protected] or (720) 372-8888. 

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