Education Road Show To Stop In Fort Collins
And now it’s time to talk about education.
A week after making the rounds to fire people up about making is harder to change Colorado’s Constitution, House Speaker Andrew Romanoff is headed to Fort Collins this Saturday, for a public forum on reforms in K-12 and beyond.
Keep reading for details of the meeting, which is open to the public.
WHO: Romanoff will be joined by state Rep. Randy Fischer (D- Fort Collins), in cooperation with the Center for Public Deliberation and the Donnell-Kay Foundation.
WHEN: 1 p.m., Saturday, June 30
WHERE: Grey Rock Room, Lory Student Center (use far north entrance), Colorado State University, Fort Collins
The discussion, which is part of an ongoing dialogue in communities across the state, is designed to be an open forum to talk about education reform.
As part of the push, Gov. Bill Ritter recently announced the formation of the P-20 Advisory Council (which is studying preschool through college) that has also been asked for recommendations on improving the education spectrum in Colorado.
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