Join EPIC’s President and CEO Nicole Riehl and Jimmy Sengenberger as they discuss the current legislative session and how supporting HB21-1304 and SB21-236 will support the children, families, and small […]
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Watch this video from Denver CBS4 and learn more about what is in store for Colorado’s youngest learners. Pre-K isn’t something you often hear about in the news when it comes to education. It’s just as important.
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Denver Post Political Reporter Saja Hindi, along with Common Sense Institute President & CEO Kristin Strohm, Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce President & CEO Kristen Blessman, and Executives Partnering to […]