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School of Education
Metropolitan State University of Denver’s School of Education established the Office of Education Solutions (Ed Solutions) with the goal of providing innovative support to the preK-12 education community. Ed Solutions works with schools and educational agencies in addressing and seeking solutions in teaching, curriculum, equity, and other persistent problems in preK-12 educational settings in the community, nation, and world.
Ed Solutions aims to provide support to current and future preK-12 educators via the following programs (expand each program for more information).
Visit the Trauma-Informed Practices page for more information.
Visit the Roadrunner Diversity Scholars Program page for more information.
Inclusive Higher Education Solutions is a fee-based program at the Metropolitan State University of Denver, School of Education, Office of Education Solutions that provides support for neurodiverse learners with Learning Disabilities, and/or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), students on the Autism Spectrum, students with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD), and students who have a history of learning differences. Inclusive Higher Education Solutions (IHES) provides a comprehensive strategic vision founded on evidence-based practices in learning support services that help students learn, persevere, and succeed as members of the MSU Denver community with a focus on the learner’s transition to employment and adult life.
The Global Seal of Biliteracy is a partnership with the Department of Modern Languages to bring on an international credential that conveys proficiency skills in two or more languages. It offers a competitive advantage for bilingual individuals by helping them earn scholarships, higher pay, advanced placement, increased study abroad opportunities and much more.
The Colorado STEM Ecosystem 2.0 (CO STEM) is a statewide grassroots coalition to (1) uplift existing successful efforts, and (2) jumpstart cross-sector collaboration to bridge educational and economic needs across Colorado. Our definition of STEM is broad, interdisciplinary, and inclusive.
Visit the Colorado Stem Ecosystem page for more information.