Rural schools aim to get on the radar of the General Assembly

Better pay and more funding in general are at the top of the list whenever public education lobbies the legislature. And nowhere are those concerns more acute than in Colorado’s small-town schools. A couple of recent reports by the state’s community news media highlighted the needs as well as some efforts to address them. The Elbert County News profiles Elizabeth […]

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