School funds resolution softened

After some tweaking, District 51’s School Board on Tuesday became the 11th district board of education in the state to adopt a resolution urging Colorado lawmakers to spend the 2013…


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I’m amused that Tisue thinks the Colorado legislature would be fiscally irresponsible, since the body has years of experience balancing a budget every year within the contstraints of TABOR. This school board is a little like the tail trying to wag the dog when it comes to Colorado’s funding for schools. They must have missed the comment by CU’s chancellor indicating that he was appointing a committee to find new ways of funding for his university because at the current rate, and given TABOR constraints, there will be zero zip nada no money for education in the Colorado budget 10 years from now. Education in Colorado is in crisis, even if our local school board members can’t see it.

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