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What is P-20?

P-20 is short for an integrated education system that extends from pre-school through higher education

What is the Goal of P-20?

The goal of P-20 is to help create a more seamless and integrated education experience for all students through the educational pipeline


P-20 Speaker Event Featuring Project VOYCE Demonstrates the Power of Student Voice: Click here to read highlights on the recent P-20 event featuring Denver high school students.

UC Denver's Urban Education Course at Montbello Featured on 9 News: Montbello High School students participating in UC Denver's Urban Education Course visit campus to particpate in the Colorado Center for Public Humanities Global Speaker Series.  Click here to see their story featured on 9 News.

Dr. Maria Araceli Ruiz-Primo Authors Article in Science Magazine: The co-authored article entitled "Impact of Undergraduate Science Course Innovations on Learning," can be found here.

CU Guaranteed Transfer Program Announced: The new transfer program offers guaranteed admission for eligible community college students to any arts and sciences program at the Boulder, Denver or Colorado Springs campuses. For more information on the program click here.

Dr. Janet Lopez authors report on Colorado's P-20 Education Coordinating Council. See the report here.  




P-20 STEM WEBINAR: STEM Academies: An Inside View of an Emerging Trend

Thursday April 7th, 2011: 3:30-4:30PM. Join us to learn more about the new schools which are using various models to increase STEM learning and student interest in STEM careers. For more information and to RSVP click here.

3rd Annual Health Professions Opportunity (hPod) Day on April 16th: Middle and high school students and their parents/guardians that are underrepresented in health professions are invited to participat in the FREE event at the Denver Aunschutz Medical Campus.  For more information click here. To register as a participant click here.

Global Speaker Series Focuses on Black Educators in Post-Katrina New Orleans:

Thursday April 21st: 11:00AM-12:30PM, Tivoli Turnhalle, Auraria Student Union. Dr. Daniella Cook (University of  Tulsa) presents, "Trying to Talk to the Powers that Be: The Experiences of Black Educators with School Reform in Post-Katrina New Orleans." For more information click here.  


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