NPR’s School Money Series

Over the past three weeks, NPR has aired a series called “School Money, the Cost of Opportunity“. According to NPR, the School Money project is a “nationwide collaboration between NPR’s Ed Team and 20 member station reporters exploring how states pay for their public schools and why many are failing to meet the needs of their most vulnerable students.”

Colorado’s TABOR and its impact on our public schools was highlighted in one of their stories.

Part 1: Why America’s Schools Have A Money Problem
Part 2: Can More Money Fix America’s Schools?
Part 3: Is There A Better Way To Pay For America’s Schools?

In Colorado, School Funding Lags Despite A Booming Economy

 

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