CBA Operating Documents
Colorado BOCES Association
Joining Forces to Enrich Educational Opportunities for Students
ASSOCIATION OF EDUCATIONAL SERVICES AGENCIES LEGISLATIVE AGENDA
Each year, the AESA Federal Relations Committee work together to formalize AESA’s federal legislative agenda
Go to the AESA Website for their Legislative Agenda Click on Federal Advocacy
Questions about AESA’s federal advocacy can be directed to:
Dr. Joan Wade, AESA Executive Director
Noelle Ellerson, AESA Legislative Liaison
Colorado BOCES Association Legislative Platform
It is the mission of the Boards of Cooperative (Educational) Services (BOCES) to promote, lead, and support cooperative and collaborative efforts to maximize the educational opportunities of Colorado’s learners by serving as a voice for BOCES across Colorado, providing professional development opportunities, technical assistance, advocacy, research, and promotion of BOCES knowledge, products, and services. The Colorado BOCES Association is made up of twenty (21) BOCES. The 21 BOCES are governed by an appointed board of locally elected school board members. The local BOCES also utilize a Superintendent’s Advisory Council to advise the BOCES staff and Board of Directors.
FOR INFORMATION ON THE CURRENT SCHOOL FINANCE INFORMATION PLEASE GO TO THE CDE WEBSITE OR CLICK HERE TO GO TO THE PAGE – UPDATED AUGUST 2013
Colorado School Finance Project (CSFP)
The Colorado School Finance Project (CSFP) compiles, collects and distributes research-based information and data on topics related to school finance.
The CSFP was created in 1995, following the passage of the 1994 School Finance Act. It is funded by contributions from our Colorado school districts, the Colorado Association of School Boards (CASB), the Colorado Association of School Executives (CASE), the Colorado Education Association (CEA) and the Colorado BOCES Association.
Colorado School Finance Project
1200 Grant Street – Denver, CO 80203
303-860-9136 – Fax 303-832-1086 – Contact Us
You may also find information on School Finance on the CDE website. Please click on the link below:
Colorado Public School Finance (CDE)
201 East Colfax Avenue, Room 206
Denver, CO 80203-1799
ph.: 303.866.6845 | fax: 303.866.6663
Colorado Boards of Cooperative Services Act (Statutes)
Colorado Revised Statutes are made available for public use by the Committee on Legal Services of the Colorado General Assembly through a contractual arrangement with the LexisNexis Group which prepares and maintains this website.
ARTICLE 5 BOARDS OF COOPERATIVE SERVICES ACT OF 1965
(or go to the links below)
|1||8-73-107. Eligibility conditions – penalty.||Colorado Revised Statutes|
|2||TITLE 22 EDUCATION||Colorado Revised Statutes|
|3||ARTICLE 5 BOARDS OF COOPERATIVE SERVICES ACT OF 1965||Colorado Revised Statutes|