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What has the 2012 Legislative Session Accomplished?

Education Planning, Planning Process on May 23rd, 2012 No Comments

In early January, both political parties in this state contended that this legislative session should be about creating jobs and improving the economy. Hence, I find it curious that the regular legislative session did not accomplish anything meaningful in this endeavor (mostly special interest bills); and that the proposed special session seems to be focused […]

Lobato v. Colorado: Be Careful What You Wish For

Education Planning, Services on June 11th, 2010 6 Comments

Financial challenges for education date back more than 30 years in Colorado and continue today with the Lobato v State of Colorado litigation. The state has long been challenged regarding both “equitable” and “adequate” funding for both operating and capital needs. This and previous litigation have sought to resolve statutory inconsistencies that prevent some districts […]