The Colorado Digital Board of Cooperative Education Service (CD BOCES) serves students in blended and online learning schools and programs through unprecedented collaboration, accountability and support. The CD BOCES values academic excellence that is achieved through authentic relationships that encourage face to face student- teacher relationships while leveraging online education tools to fulfill the promise for any student, anytime anywhere.
The CD BOCES authorizes multi district online and blended learning contract schools through a board of cooperative education services that partners with school districts, School District 49, and institutions of higher education, Pikes Peak Community College. The CD BOCES serves students in online and blended learning environments. The CD BOCES accreditation process holds schools to a higher standard of accountability that proves continuous improvement.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (Dec. 16, 2015) – The Colorado Department of Education released Dec. 11 the first year results of the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Career (PARCC) tests. Colorado Digital Board of Cooperative Educational Services leaders interpret the results as the baseline for future tests (CD BOCES).
“This is an important step for Rocky Mountain Digital Academy learners,” said Marie LaVere-Wright, CD BOCES Board president. “Increased efficiency in operations and unprecedented collaboration, accountability and support will lead to enhanced learning opportunities for RMDA students.”