Colo. voters could change how public schools are funded

11/5/2013 | Christian Science Monitor, The

Voters in Colorado will decide today whether to approve a $1 billion income-tax increase that would change how public education is funded in the state. Among other things, the overhaul would increase per-pupil spending, funnel more money to school districts with higher enrollment of at-risk students, provide $100 million for an innovation fund and provide equal funding to charter schools.

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