Actualización de las noticias
CDEC / ILCO Action Lab Report is Available!
ILCO started partnering with the Colorado Evaluation and Action Lab (Colorado Lab) in 2022 to evaluate the program. The evaluation focuses on estimating the causal impact of the program using a matched comparison design. The evaluation leverages historical data from parts of the state that have been participating in ILCO since before the pandemic.
We invite you to review this September 2023 ILCO report on Early Literacy
If you have questions about this informative report, please email us at Books@ImaginationLibraryColorado.org
Imagination Library of Colorado recibe el estatus de exención de impuestos
La Biblioteca de la imaginación de Colorado recibió el estatus de exención de impuestos bajo 501c3 del Código de Rentas Internas
Governor Polis Proclaims November as Family Literacy Month for Launch of Imagination Library in Colorado
The state of Colorado recognizes the Month of November as time for each family to focus on reading and early literacy skills.
Click more to view the Proclamation
Imagination Library of Colorado Launches to Provide Books to Kids across The Centennial State
Dolly Parton's Imagination Library is launches statewide program to build affiliates in every county.
The first year Imagination Library of Colorado will focus on:
Partnering with local communities to bring Imagination Library programs to new counties. Our local partners are the heart of the program. They promote the program online and at in-person events, fundraise, and enroll children who live within their geographical area.
Colorado Awards Imagination Library of Colorado Contract
Awarded in September of 2021, the contract begins mid October building a statewide network of nonprofits managing Dolly Parton's Imagination Library.
The goal is to create an affiliate in every Colorado county and enroll 60% of children
birth to 5.
For more information, read an article on The Denver Post.
Gobernador firma el proyecto de ley del Senado 20-185
El gobernador de Colorado, Jared Polis, promulgó el Proyecto de Ley Senatorial 20-185, creando así el Programa de la Biblioteca de Imaginación de Colorado. El senador Jack Tate, uno de los patrocinadores principales del proyecto de ley, estuvo detrás del gobernador.