Adams State University – Adams State University provides college credit for all of eNetColorado’s facilitated courses. As the Regional Education Provider for southern Colorado, Adams State is crucial to enhancing the area’s educational opportunity, economic development, and cultural enrichment.
Colorado Associate of School Boards (CASB) – The Colorado Association of School Boards was established in 1940 to provide the structure through which school board members could unite in efforts to promote the interests and welfare of Colorado school districts.
CASE – The Colorado Association of School Executives’ mission is to serve as the dynamic voice for education leadership in all Colorado Public Schools.
Colorado BOCES Association (CBA) The Colorado BOCES (or Educational Services agencies) Association are an important and vital part of the public educational system in Colorado. A BOCES in Colorado exists at the discretion of its members and provides only those programs and services authorized by its members.
Colorado Department of Education – The CDE is the administrative arm of the Colorado State Board of Education. CDE serves Colorado’s 178 local school districts, providing them with leadership, consultation, and administrative services on a statewide and regional basis.
Colorado Digital Learning Solutions (CDLS) Colorado Digital Learning Solutions (CDLS) provides school districts access to high quality online courses that supplement current course offerings. CDLS: The new state-supported supplemental online program.
Colorado Education Association (CEA) For over 130 years, the CEA’s mission has been to promote quality education and to advocate for the professional interests of public education employees.
Colorado Council for Economic Education (CCEE) The Colorado Council for Economic Education (CCEE) envisions an America where each school-age child will be taught the basic decision-making skills necessary to realize his or her full potential. In a free society, the key to unlocking the power of each individual can be found in the logic of economic reasoning.
College in Colorado – College In Colorado was initiated by the Department of Higher Education (DHE) – which serves the citizens of the Sate of Colorado by promoting access to, affordability of, and success in higher education for all students – to improve college access and change expectations about college for all Colorado students. A cornerstone of the campaign, CollegeInColorado.org, offers a one-stop resource to help students and parents plan, apply and pay for college.
Colorado Education Initiative – Colorado’s educators are among the most innovative in the country, but limited help and unding can hinder efforts to significantly improve education for the state’s 820,000 students. That’s where the Colorado Legacy Foundation comes in. We convene educators, policy makers, and community leaders to improve schools. Our approach is to identify promising ideas, invest in those innovative ideas, evaluate results, and share successful best practices with all Colorado school districts and schools. Our direct connection to the Colorado Department of Education makes us uniquely suited for this work.
Colorado Foundation for Agriculture – The Colorado Foundation for Agriculture (CFA), a 501(c)(3) not for profit educational corporation, was established in 1991 to promote agricultural literacy in Colorado.
Colorado Geographic Alliance (COGA) – The Colorado Geographic Alliance, part of a network of 50 Geographic Alliances across the country, was founded in 1989 by the National Geographic Society and geographers in Colorado. Our main objective is to provide resources and professional development for elementary and secondary school teachers, ensuring the public understands the rationale behind comprehensive geography education throughout the State of Colorado.
Colorado Municipal League – The Colorado Municipal League is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that has served and represented Colorado’s cities and towns since 1923.
Colorado School Safety Resource Center (Colorado Department of Public Safety) – The CSSRC provides free consultation, resources, training, and technical assistance to foster safe and secure learning environments, positive school climates, and early intervention to prevent crisis situations. We support schools and local agencies in their efforts to prevent, prepare for, respond to, and recover from all types of emergencies and crisis situations. Information and resources from the CSSRC are available to all schools, school officials, and community partners throughout the State of Colorado.
Council on 21st Century Learning – A nonprofit organization, C21L is Colorado’s professional development affiliate of the Partnership for 21st Century Skills – the leading national advocacy organization focused on infusing 21st century skills into education.
Denver Art Museum Check out the Denver Art Museum’s “Creative Resource for Teachers Website”. Launched in November 2008, this free website provides more than 600 adaptable lesson plans written by teachers in collaboration with the Denver Art Museum for more than 130 objects from the museum’s world-class art collection.
Denver Museum of Nature & Science (DMNS) The Denver Museum of Nature & Science is the Rocky Mountain region’s leading resource for informal science education. A variety of exhibitions, programs, and activities help Museum visitors experience the natural wonders of Colorado, Earth, and the universe.
Esri GIS Education Community The Esri GIS Education Community is an ecosystem for the exchange of ideas and experiences, curriculum, software and data between GIS educators and learners around the globe.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City, Denver Branch – The Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City is one of 12 regional Reserve Banks that, along with the Board of Governors in Washington, D.C., make up our nation’s central bank.
Gill Foundation – Gay & Lesbian Fund for Colorado, a program of the Gill Foundation, arose out of a battle for equality. A 1992 Colorado ballot initiative denying lesbians and gay men equal protection in the state of Colorado provoked outrage among fair-minded citizens across Colorado and the nation. One such citizen was Tim Gill, a Coloradan since boyhood, the founder of Denver-based software company Quark, Inc., and a gay man. Tim was moved to action by the attack on his and other Coloradans’ equal rights. The Gill Foundation’s Gay & Lesbian Fund for Colorado supports safe and welcoming schools and a focus on equity so that all children have access to a great education.
GIS Colorado – GIS Colorado is a non-profit organization represented by members of the GIS community throughout Colorado. We started as a group of GIS professionals wishing to help each other to better use GIS technology.
History Colorado – As the designated steward of Colorado history, we aspire to engage people in our State’s heritage, through collecting, preserving, and discovering the past in order to educate and provide perspectives for the future.
Historic Denver – As one of the nation’s premier historic preservation organizations, Historic Denver, Inc. protects the historic neighborhoods that make Denver unique. In the 1970s Denver’s historic structures faced demolition in epic numbers. In true pioneer spirit, a group of citizens created Historic Denver, Inc. just in time to save one of our city’s most celebrated historic homes – that of “unsinkable” Molly Brown.
InnEdCo – Today, InnEdCo, organizes the premier statewide conference helping teachers integrate technological tools with 21st Century skills, including technology and information literacy standards, into all content areas. InnEdCo is organized and managed by a governing board of nine volunteers. Its major objective is to organize a four-day, hands-on, technology-focused conference each summer that models and promotes the use of technology integration into the classroom.
Intel® Teach Intel® Education’s Mission – For people all over the world, education is the springboard to a better future. A quality education offers greater social and economic opportunities. Intel is committed to transforming the lives of millions by providing the tools and resources necessary to bring 21st century learning into each and every classroom.
Junior Achievement Rocky Mountain, Inc. Junior Achievement is the world’s largest organization dedicated to inspiring and preparing young people to succeed in a global economy. Through a dedicated volunteer network, Junior Achievement provides in-school and after-school programs for K-12 students which focus on three key content areas: entrepreneurship, financial literacy and work readiness.
Junior Achievement of Southern Colorado, Inc. – Junior Achievement (JA) is the world’s largest organization dedicated to educating students about workforce readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy through experiential, hands-on programs. Since 1954, Junior Achievement of Southern Colorado’s purpose has been to educate and inspire young people to value free enterprise and understand business and economics to improve the quality of their lives.
Molly Brown House Museum – Historic Denver’s Molly Brown House Museum is among the most visited historic sites in the state of Colorado, and one of only a handful of sites nationally dedicated to the interpretation of a woman’s story. Open for more than 43 years, the Museum serves nearly 50,000 people every year, including 10,000 youth, successfully achieving its mission to “accurately portray the story of Margaret Tobin Brown within the context of her lifetime in order to inspire courage, conviction and pro-active change in her spirit.”
The National Science Digital Library (NSDL) The National Science Digital Library (NSDL) is a national network of digital envirionments dedicated to advancing science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) teaching and learning for all learners, in both formal and informal settings. NSDL is the locus of activity for the National Science Foundation’s National STEM Distributed Learning Program.
Rocky Mountain PBS Rocky Mountain PBS offers more than eight hours of educational, commercial-free children’s weekday programming and over five hours on weekends. RMPBS also partners with universities and colleges, as well as with public school systems, libraries, museums and arts organizations across the state to offer innovative, creative and effective educational tools and resources.
Special District Association of Colorado – The Special District Association of Colorado (SDA) was formed in 1975 to serve the interests of the special district form of local government in Colorado. SDA exists to preserve and enhance the legal and political environment for the existence and successful operation of special districts.
Springs Hosting – Springs Hosting owns and operates an SSAE 16 Type II and HIPAA Compliant Secure Data Center out of Colorado Springs, CO. Founded in 2006, we are 100% dedicated to providing proven services with timely spot-on IT support. With a strong background working within higher education and K-12, we have a firm understanding of how to properly deliver today’s technology to schools and universities in a format that is easy to utilize and maintain. Our redundant facilities and reliable network infrastructure are used by eNetColorado to distribute their high-quality content and resources to educators.