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Colorado Springs Hispania News (Newspaper) - April 14, 2005, Colorado Springs, Colorado
Page 8 hispania news 14 de Abril 21 de Abri 2005 Community news 21st Century charter school @ Colorado Springs the goal of the 21st Century charter school is to prepare students to meet the challenges of the 21 St Century through a program that develops skills that enable students to compete in the highly competitive working world. The school facility is a Model of the 21st Century education system. Learning spaces called studios Foster imagination and creativity. The studios emphasize Multi sensory interaction Are functional and evoke modern technology offices rather than classrooms of the past. The 21 St Century school creates an individualized learning plan for each student s unique academic fingerprint. Students work part of the Day on computer assisted programs that Monitor and require them to master the material before they move on to new topics. Other elements of the 21st Century program include a enrolment by age not by Grade level a students Are required to attend character development classes a the elective courses include music Art Spanish health fitness. All encourage healthy and creative learning opportunities. A there is a dress code students also share in projects that demand teamwork problem based learning and integrated thematic experiences designed to meet Content standards. All students Are assessed under the same testing regime As All Colorado Public schools including Csap and other standardized assessments. In addition students Are encouraged to demonstrate their skills knowledge and perspective through portfolios and other performance assessments. Teachers Are guides and consultants. Their role requires compassion organization and flexibility to adapt to the needs of their students and the Community. Parents play an Active in the education process helping teachers adjust programs to society s needs. 21st Century charter schools. Mary Corwin hosts april 18 blood drive St. Marv Corwin medical Center in partnership with Bonfils blood Center will Host a blood drive on monday. April is 2005 arts building parking lot located at 1925 e. Orman ave. Blood products Are used for trauma emergencies surgeries. From 9 am to i pm in the medical Burns Organ transplants heart disease cancer sickle cell anaemia adults in Good general health and Many other life threatening weighing at least to pounds 18 medical conditions. Years or older who have not had a donations can help save up to Tattoo or body piercing or travelled three lives. To a malarial area in the last 12 requires students to accept responsibility for their actions through a system that encourages Safe caring and disciplined behaviour. Respect for diversity and the environment Are encourage and leadership skills Are nurtured. The future will require Strong computer skills a disciplined work ethic flexible skills to survive career shifts and the ability to manage lifelong learning demands. The 21st Century charter school strives to develop excellence in All students preparing them for this life of Challenge and fulfilment. Information supplied in a press release received april 6,2005. Months and can pass a health screening Are eligible to donate blood. To schedule an appointment Call Jillian at 719 560-5556. College degree doubles annual earnings new information from the . Census Bureau reinforces the value of a College education workers is and Over with a Bachelor s degree earn an average of $51 20b a year while those w Ith a High school diploma earn $27,915. Workers with an advanced degree make an average of $74,602, and those without a High school diploma average $18,734. According to new tables released on the internet titled educational attainment in the United states 2004, 85 percent of those age 25 or older reported they had completed at least High school and 28 percent had attained at least a Bachelor s degree a both record highs. Other highlights for the population 25 years and Over in 2004 Minnesota Montana Wyoming and Nebraska had the highest proportions of people with at least a High school diploma All around 91 percent. The District of Columbia s population had the highest proportion with a Bachelor s degree or higher at 45.7 percent followed by Massachusetts 36.7 percen Colorado 35.5 percent. New Hampshire 35.4 percent and Maryland 35.2 percent. At the regional level the Midwest had the highest proportion of High school graduates 88.3 percent followed by the Northeast 86.5 percent the West 84.3 percent and the South 83.0 percent. The Northeast had the highest proportion of College graduates 30.9 percent followed by the West 30.2 percent the Midwest 26.0 percent and the South 25.5 percent. High school graduation rates for women continued to exceed those of men 85.4 percent and 84.8 percent respectively. On the other hand men continued to have a higher proportion of their population with a bachelors degree or higher 29.4 percent compared with 26.1 percent. Non hispanic Whites had the highest proportion with a High school diploma or higher 90.0 percent followed by asians 86.8 percent african americans 80.6 percent and hispanics 58.4 percent. Asians had the highest proportion with a bachelors degree or higher 49.4 percent followed by non hispanic Whites 30.6 percent african americans 17.6 percent and hispanics 12.1 percent. The proportion of the foreign born population with a High school diploma 67.2 percent was lower than that of the native population 88.3 percent. However the percentages with a bachelors degree or More were not statistically different 27.3 percent and 27.8 percent respectively. The data on educational trends discovering the fac the Fine arts Center has been listening to what children our favorite critics have to say. In response the Fine arts Center has embellished one of their finest programs museum discovery Days. Every saturday at to and 11 30 . Children can participate in hands on interactive activities led by Art experts. Recommended for children Ages 6-10, these museum experiences will introduce Young people into the world of Fine Art. And while your child is being enriched parents can enjoy a Carefree hour with and attainment Levels Are shown by characteristics such As age sex race hispanic origin marital status occupation Industry nativity and if foreign born when they entered the country. The tables also describe the relationship Between earnings and educational attainment. Although the statistics Are primarily at the National level some data Are shown for regions and states. Specially coffees at cravings beginning at la . Or visit the museum shop. What museum discovery Days when every saturday at to and 11 30 . Where Fine arts Center 30 West Dale Street info 719 634-5583 or visit . No child left behind cont. From Page i courteous to conf service Diazo ency a ail bombs oldest established bail Agency in the. County. We will meet or beat any rate Over 40 years experience 25 agents on Call 24 hours so \ Boul our 4 Boucly i irs on $ 1,500 \ a by i Quot sleep in your own bed Call Fred Quot Fred or Ursula at 633-2727 in raising Overall achievement and closing the achievement Gap a making the school system accountable a ensuring information is accessible and parents have options informing parents in a timely manner about the Quality of their child a school and their school Choice options identifying schools and districts that need to improve developing a list of afterschool tutors encouraging Public school Choice and the creation of charter schools and creating easily accessible and understandable school and District report cards and a improving teacher Quality a this is a comprehensive approach to the implementation of this Law a Spellings said. A states seeking additional flexibility will get credit for the work they have done to Reform their education systems As a Spellings announced that the first example of this approach would be to apply the latest scientific research and allow states to use modified assessments for their students with persistent academic disabilities who need More time and instruction to make substantial Progress toward Grade level achievement. These scores will be limited to 2 percent of All students for accountability purposes this is a separate policy from the current regulation that allows up to i percent of All students being tested those with the most significant cognitive disabilities to take an alternate assessment. A this new approach recognizes that these children should not All be treated alike. By relying on the most current and accurate information on How children learn and How to Best serve their academic needs this new policy focuses on children. They continue to be included in the accountability system because we know that otherwise they risk being ignored As was often the Case before no child left Spellings also announced that she was directing an additional $ 14 million in immediate support for these students and that the department would provide states with a comprehensive tool kit to help them identify and assess students with disabilities. More information about today a announcement including the Secretary a speech and fact sheets on the new policy and the no child left behind act is available at . 7s. A Scad me. It Colorado Springs Cinco de Mayo Issue april 28th Hare it oui advertisement now please Call Pill 1-866-723-0222
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