July 24, 2017

Colorado Supreme Court: School Board Not Precluded from Approving “New” Innovation School Plan

The Colorado Supreme Court issued its opinion in City & County of Denver School District No. 1 v. Denver Classroom Teachers Association on Monday, April 24, 2017.

Innovation Schools Act—Innovation Plans—Public Schools.

The Colorado Supreme Court considered whether the Innovation Schools Act of 2008, C.R.S. §§ 22-32.5-101 to -111, precludes a local school board from approving an innovation plan submitted by a “new” innovation school, that is, a school that has not previously opened as a non-innovation school and has yet to hire teachers. The court concluded that the Innovation Schools Act does not preclude approval of innovation plans from such “new” innovation schools. Accordingly, the judgment of the court of appeals was reversed.

Summary provided courtesy of The Colorado Lawyer.

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