State Board of Education Members
Members of the Colorado State Board of Education are charged by the Colorado Constitution with the general supervision of the public schools. They have numerous powers and duties specified in state law. Individuals are elected on a partisan basis to serve six-year terms without pay.
Top row, left to right:
- Elizabeth (Bizy) Cordial, Director of State Board Relations
In 1948, the Colorado State Constitution was amended to authorize an elected State Board of Education to provide general supervision of public schools, with powers and duties described throughout Title 22 of the Colorado Revised Statutes. The first Colorado State Board of Education was elected in November 1950 and began its work in January 1951.
Today's State Board of Education is composed of seven elected officials representing Colorado's congressional districts. Board members serve without pay for six-year terms. Every other year, the State Board elects a chairman and vice-chairman from its own membership; the Commissioner of Education acts as non-voting secretary to the Board.
- State Board of Education 2017 Legislative Priorities
- State Board of Education 2017 Regulatory Agenda (PDF)
Meeting News Releases
Recent news from the State Board of Education.
- May 11 - State Board directs management partner for Adams 14
- May 10 - State Board directs Huerfano School District to work with external management organization
- May 4 - State Board directs improvements for Westminster and Aguilar school districts
For past news, visit the Communications Division News Release webpage.
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May 2017 Meeting
2017 Meeting Dates
- January 11-12
- February 8
- March 8-9
- April 12-13
- May 10-11
- June 14-15
- July 12-13 (tentative)
- August 16-17
- September 13-14
- October 11-12
- November 8-9
- December 13-14