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The following are a variety of web site links to other sites which could prove helpful to both teachers and schools.

Colorado Learning is not affiliated with any of these organizations or websites. All links and content of third party websites are provided for informational purposes only. Please see our Website Terms of Use for more information.

ETS:  (Educational Testing Service)
ETS administers the Praxis Exam

NES:  (National Evaluation Systems)
NES administers the PLACE Test. NES is a trademark of Pearson Education, Inc.

PERA:  (Public Employees’ Retirement Association)

Teachers at publicly funded schools in Colorado become members in the PERA retirement system

Student Loan Forgiveness and Cancellation via Department of Education website for all details related to Eligibility, applying for the program and how it works:

Dept. of Education information on Loan Forgiveness

Here is chart about which type of loans can be forgiven, cancelled or discharged:

Chart on types of Loans and forgiveness

Perkins Loan Cancellation and Discharge chart

FAFSA:  (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)

Ultimate FAFSA Resource Guide

Easy on-line student loan application process

Stafford Loans:  (Federal Student Loan Program)
borrow up to $20,500 for graduate school with payments deferred until graduation

U.S. Department of Education:

Colorado League of Charter Schools: Staffing tab

Participants in the Charter Marketplace program are making it possible for the League to develop and schools to receive best practice tools and resources that they would not have access to otherwise.

BBB:  (Better Business Bureau)
Search the name of any business to find out how they are rated.  Search for “Colorado Learning” and notice our rating.  Colorado Learning is rated “A+”, which is the highest possible rating within the BBB system. We strive to maintain our superior rating by providing excellent service to our clients and conducting business in an ethical, fair and honest fashion. In an effort to keep our costs low (thus our fees lower for you) Colorado Learning has chosen to not pay to be a member of the BBB.  Businesses who make this choice are listed on the BBB web site as “Not Accredited”.  Being listed as Non-Accredited is in no way a negative, it simply indicates a choice the business has made about how to spend it’s resources.  We appreciate the BBB as an organization and they (and our clients) apparently have nothing but good things to say about us.  Check for yourself!