The district will open up all schools to students this fall but will keep an option of online schooling on the table.
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The Joint Budget Committee finalized how to spend $11 billion in discretionary spending ahead of the legislative session’s restart
Enrollment usually rises at community colleges during an economic downturn. That’s not the case during coronavirus.
Fall enrollment among Colorado community colleges is down 22% at a time those schools have become more reliant on tuition
The state legislature is dealing with a decreased budget and limited time for lawmaking, meaning a slate of bills that have yet to pass on school safety are likely at risk
Most of the identified $2.8 million in education cuts are to new programs that were not fully implemented yet or relate to activities that schools aren’t doing because they closed to in-person instruction in March
The Joint Budget Committee will begin meeting next week to consider recommended spending cuts, but they still may not be enough to balance the budget
The Joint Budget Committee will begin reviewing recommendations for spending cuts this week to rewrite the $30 billion state budget
State lawmakers want to accelerate a pay hike for Colorado National Guard members called to duty to address COVID-19
Legislation to require some school districts to raise property taxes and stop taking state money could free up $453 million for poorer districts, but will taxpayers volunteer to foot the bill?