April 25, 2012
Robin Bush offers instructions to a freshman physical science class Wednesday at Hayden High School. If passed by the state Senate, House Bill 1345 in its current form would increase total program funding to public schools by $57 million next school year to essentially keep state funding at its current level, according to a news release from the Colorado House Republicans. The bill easily was approved by the House on Tuesday.
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Routt County school district officials breathed a sigh of relief this week after a bill that would stop cuts to K-12 education cleared the state House, but the educators were quick to remember that state funding still is far less than it was four years ago.