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These 4 strategies can help school leaders avoid IDEA lawsuits

Education Drive

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TLCC survey window extended.

TLCC survey window extended.

More than 60 districts have hit the 50% participation threshold for the Teaching and Learning Conditions Colorado (TLCC) survey, a statewide, confidential survey intended to provide schools, districts and policymakers with reliable data on teaching and learning conditions. 

Schools must have 50% participation and five responses to be able to access their data.

In response to requests for additional time, the survey window will be extended until end of the day Monday, March 2. Educators need only 15 minutes to complete the survey that provides useful feedback for school and district improvement planning efforts.

Codes are available in multiple ways:
- Self-service portal
- Online support form
- Help Desk by toll-free number at 866-329-1530 (Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m.-4 p.m. MT) or by email at [email protected]

For more information and helpful resources, visit the TLCC survey website.
 

For More Information, Contact:
Lisa Steffen
Accountability and Continuous Improvement
Phone: 303-866-6676
Email: [email protected]

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