Colo. could direct more funds to needy schools

02/18/2013 | Education News Colorado

Available funding for schools in Colorado would increase and the money would be divided in new ways under a proposal expected to be considered by state lawmakers in the coming weeks. Under a draft of the plan, developed by Sen. Mike Johnston, D-Denver, more funds would go to schools with the greatest needs. However, even if approved by lawmakers, the plan also would require voters to approve a tax increase in November.

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