The education activist group, Douglas County Parents (DCP) continues its attack on the innovative Douglas County School Board (DCSB).
Douglas County Parent (DCP), a new school interest group in Douglas County against the Board, created drama last Monday when the organization kicked School Board Director John Carson out of an informational meeting. On Friday, Media Trackers reported that other anti-Board proponents caused a stir at a Q&A session with School Board Director Meghann Silverthorn at the Public Library.
The meeting was intended to improve board transparency and facilitate friendly discussion, but became heated when liberal plants verbally attacked the Douglas County School Board and the DougCo Champions for Kids’ employees.
In a “do as I say, not as I do” moment, A Whole Lot of People for John Morse, via its Colorado Recall Watch project, is reportedly using voter intimidation tactics against local citizens who signed the official petition to recall Senator Angela Giron (D-Pueblo).
The official website of gun control advocacy group Mayors Against Illegal Guns (MAIG) is hosted by the City of New York, according to publicly available web hosting records. This revelation, first reported by conservative blogger John Ekdahl on June 20, is the latest evidence of coordination between government officials and MAIG using public resources.
Together for Denver’s Schools, an alleged non-partisan organization, received its top monetary donation from out-of-state New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and had to hire philanthropy experts in order to furnish the group with its volunteers.
Progressive nonprofit Great Education Colorado claims to be the most effective education advocacy group in the state, but less than 30 percent of Great Education’s funding actually finds its way to education campaigns and issues. The small amount spent on education has supported initiatives that would drastically raise taxes on Coloradans.
A push for government provided healthcare that extends beyond President Obama’s Affordable Care Act is in the works in Colorado. The Colorado Foundation for Universal Healthcare (CFUHC) was formed in December of 2011 and has since engaged with the few legislators in Denver who would listen. This year, CFUHC helped draft Senate Concurrent Resolution 2 […]
Opponents of Douglas County’s Choice Scholarship Program (CSP) have filed an appeal and petitioned for the school choice case to be heard by the Colorado Supreme Court, a month after a significant defeat in the Colorado Court of Appeals. A total of 93 pages of documents were filed with the Supreme Court on Thursday, the deadline for […]
Teachers union bosses have continued to push false claims against the Douglas County School District (DCSD) and the local Board of Education (BOE) during the past month, asserting that student achievement and classroom performance have declinded despite public data to the contrary. Leaders of the local American Federation of Teachers (AFT) affiliate and the state […]