Colorado’s public school enrollment nudged up this year — propelled by changes in full-day kindergarten, according to official numbers released Thursday.
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The additional cost associated with full-day kindergarten is $204 million, of which the state is responsible for $198.3 million, according to legislative analysts
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At its most basic, school choice means students can request to attend any public school in Colorado for free, even across district lines.
Colorado lawmakers hoped to finally change the school funding formula after 25 years. They may have to keep waiting.
A legislative committee’s progress toward making the formula more student centered reached a roadblock Thursday when lawmakers ran out of time to finalize a bill. They hope to still make it happen this session.
Struggle to afford kids, homes in Colorado could keep full-day kindergarten from busting education budget
After forecasters worried Gov. Polis' program could run a big deficit, demographic factors could keep kindergarten enrollment flat, or declining, in years to come.
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The new money will come from the federal Preschool Development Birth through Five grant program, which was established under the 2015 federal education law